A couple new books...

Startled by his Furry Shorts
Book 7 is the Confessions of Georgia Nicolson series
by Louise Rennison
From the book jacket...
"On the rack of romance. And also in the oven of luuurve. And possibly on my way to the bakery of pain. And maybe even going to stop along the way to get a little cake at the cakeshop of agony. Shut up, brain, shut up.
Georgia is in quite a predicament. Dave the Laugh has declared his love for her (at least she thinks he was talking about her), leaving her in a state of confusiosity. And then when she finally decides to give Masimo an ultimatum -- to be her one and only -- he tells her he needs to think about it.
To distract herself from her romantic woes, Georgia throws herself into Mac-Useless play rehearsals and planning a Viking wedding, and tries to avoid all thoughts of boy decoys, Italian-American dreamboats... and let's not forget guitar-plucking Sex Gods!"
This book is sure to be a good one. If you want to read the others in this series, the titles, in order, are...

1) Angus, Thongs and Full-frontal Snogging
2) On the Bright Side, I'm now the Girlfriend of a Sex God
3) Knocked Out by my Nunga-nungas
4) Dancing in my Nuddy-pants
5) Away Laughing on a Fast Camel
6) Then he Ate my Boy Entrancers

Also new to the collection...
RESPECT: A Girl's Guide to Getting Respect & Dealing When Your Line Is Crossed
by Courtney Macavinta & Andrew Vander Pluym
About the authors...
Courtney Macavinta and Andrea R. Vander Pluym are the former editors of the popular online and radio network ChickClick, and award-winning writers whose articles have appeared in Teen, MXG, All About You, Shape, Variety, The Washington Post, The Associated Press, CNET News.com, Wired News, The Sacramento Bee online, and Time Warner publications. Courtney was featured in the book Cool Women, Hot Jobs (Free Spirit) and has appeared on radio, TV, and in national print media as an expert on subjects from women’s media to politics. Andrea is the author of What Should I Do? (Scholastic) and has also lectured on writing for teens at national conferences. Courtney and Andrea are dedicated to giving teen girls the respect they deserve and have worked with organizations including Girls For A Change, the YMCA, Bay Area Teen Voices, Girls in the Hall, Bay Area Girls Center, CanTeen, the Ms. Foundation's Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day, and Impact Bay Area Self-Defense for Women and Girls.

As always, these books are available for check-out at the Imperial Beach Library... stop by and see our other books, too!

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