Plastic Polly


      Plastic Polly
Popularity has its pitfalls, and Polly is discovering them firsthand in this middle grade M X novel.Polly Pierce likes being the second most popular girl at Winston Academy, right after her BFF, Kelsy Popularity comes with special privileges, like a seat at the best table in the cafeteria and a coveted spot on the planning committee for the school s big talent show competition, Groove It Up And since all Polly has to do is agree with whatever Kelsy says, being popular is easy even if kids do call her Plastic Polly behind her back But when a freak accident takes Kelsy out of the picture, Polly is suddenly in charge of the Groove It Up committee She s not prepared for her new status and neither is anyone else Backstabbing friends, an intimidating crush, and diva demands from an injured Kelsy all threaten to derail Polly s plans Can she prove to everyone and herself that she has a personality of her own Download Plastic Polly By Jenny Lundquist – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

Jenny Lundquist grew up in Huntington Beach, California, wearing glasses and wishing they had magic powers They didn t, but they did help her earn a degree in intercultural studies at Biola University Jenny has painted an orphanage in Mexico, taught English at a university in Russia, and hopes one day to write a book at a caf in Paris Jenny and her husband live in northern California with their two sons and Rambo, the world s whiniest cat.

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  • Paperback
  • 240 pages
  • Plastic Polly
  • Jenny Lundquist
  • English
  • 22 May 2019
  • 144245248X

10 thoughts on “ Plastic Polly

  1. says:

    I really loved Jenny Lundquist s other middle grade novel Seeing Cinderella, so I was super excited to dive into her new book Plastic Polly, and Lundquist has once again captured the world of tweens with honesty, humor, and heart.Polly is the second most popular girl in her middle school and the right hand gal to her BFF and reigning queen bee , Kelsey Polly enjoys being popular and all the privileges that come with it, like a seat at the Court in the cafeteria, invites to all the best I really loved Jenny Lundquist s other middle grade novel Seeing Cinderella, so I was su...

  2. says:

    Welll developed characters and plot..a must read for 11 14 year old girls Welll developed characters and plot..a must read for 11 14 year old girls

  3. says:

    I loved PLASTIC POLLY as much even though it was completely contemporary and took me to a foreign part of the middle school world the most popular crowd Trust me, I was miles from that But I could really relate to Polly, who tries to find her true self while kee...

  4. says:

    I love Lundquist s writing style and characters At first I just couldn t relate to Polly and felt mildly annoyed by her popular persona, but as I got to know her, she reminded me what it s like to be in jr high This book was so fun that I was really sad when I finished it.

  5. says:

    A dazzling, literary story I will recommend to everyone I m in awe of the prowess with which the author navigates the world of middle school This novel has heart and soul I m a big fan of her debut, Seeing Cinderella, and this sopho novel didn t disappoint

  6. says:

    This book was AMAZING If you like the Dork Diaries Series, you ll like this book too.

  7. says:

    While this middle school story didn t pull me in like the last of this author s I read, it s a topicgeared to teenagers who may find it helpful I voluntarily chose to review it I ve given it a 4 rating The topic of being in the popular g...

  8. says:

    The book I read was plastic Polly by Jenny lundquist It was a about a girl named polly who struggled between choosing her best friends one of her friends wanted to be popular and her friend Allyssa wanted to not be popular at the beginning of the story polly chooses popularity but through out the book she wonders if she made the right choice if you want to find out what happened read the book You should also read the book If you like drama or need advice about friendships I rate this book The book I read was plastic Polly by Jenny lundquist It was a about a girl named polly who struggled between choosing her best friends one of her friends wanted to be popular and her friend Allyssa wanted to not be popular at the beginning of the story polly chooses popularity but through out the book she wonders if she made the right choice if you want to find out what happened read the book You should also read the book If you like drama or need advice abou...

  9. says:

    Eighth grade is tough, especially if you re popular.Polly Pierce likes being popular, even if it means being called Plastic Polly by Alyssa who used to be her best friend Her other best friend, Kelsey, is in charge of planning The Groove It Up talent competition this year As Queen of the Court, the nickname for the popular crowd at Winston Academy, whatever Kelsey says goes A live performance on Good Morning, Maple Oaks is the grand prize this year so the girls are determi...

  10. says:

    This is the story about finding your true self and standing up for who you are no matter what people around you say or think about you.Plastic Polly is packed with emotional conflict and challenges It reminded me of how harsh middle school can be I have no clue what it feels like to be popular but I was once an Alyssa and it pinched my heart reading about the broken friendships I love the fact that I got a glimpse into the life of a popular middle school girl No matter what side you re on This is the story about finding your true self and standing up for who you are no matter what people around you say or think about you.Plastic Polly is packed with emotional conflict and challenges It reminded me of how harsh middle school can be I have no clue what it feels like to be popular but I was once an Alyssa and it pinched my heart reading about the broken friendships I love the fact that I got a glimpse into the life of a popular middle school girl No matter what side you re on it s not easy The pressure Polly was willing to put herself under just to belong with the popular crowd was heavy Meanwhile Kelsey who wears the popular girl attitude like a skin wasthan happy to welcome her unplanned time off from everything middle school related The high stakes paired with the failures made Polly s journey to self acceptanc...

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