The Ashleys

The Ashleys

Book - 2008
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Baker & Taylor
Lauren Page, the new girl at Hamlin School, may be from new money, but she must now try to fit in with Ash, Lili, and Bunny who obviously rule the seventh grade of this posh school in Pacific Heights. Original.

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& Taylor

Newly wealthy Lauren Page decides to infiltrate and destroy the Ashleys, the group of girls who rule the seventh grade of their fancy Pacific Heights preparatory school, in revenge for their former treatment of her.

Simon and Schuster
The Ashleys rule Miss Gamble's Preparatory School for Girls. They are gorgeous, rich, impeccably fashion forward, and, yes, all named Ashley. Lauren Page has gone to the same school with them her whole life, and the Ashleys, if forced to remember, might recall only a faint memory of shoving mud in the poor girl's mouth in kindergarten.

But Lauren Page is no longer the mud-eating loser she once was. And though she has completely changed her exterior from bargain-basement cast-offs to off-the-runway couture (props, of course, to her new personal shopper) she is still the same person on the inside. And that person has had enough of the current regime.

Look out, Ashleys. There's a new name in school.



Publisher: New York : Aladdin Mix, 2008
ISBN: 9781416934066
1416934065
Characteristics: 247 p. ; 20 cm

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pink_cat_298
Mar 25, 2016

Good story, but the Ashleys are waaaay stuck up.

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sandygh
Jan 09, 2012

My best friend thought it was boring. She asked me (jokingly) if I wanted to read it. There was nothing else, so I read it. I enjoyed it so much that I have read the second one (Ashleys, Jealous?) and I have just put the other books on hold! If you want drama, cat fights, and a relatable but non-relatable book, this is for you!

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MissaMissa
Jan 07, 2012

I tried reading this during school, it was one of those books that you pick up during the Library time so you could leave. I found myself reading a few chapters, but realizing its like any other book, rich girls and a new girl comes who's looking for friends and tries to find a way in the group, who eventually breaks apart. Mixture of the Clique, and Gossip Girl pretty much.

TianaSimone Nov 08, 2011

Kso, I'm 14 yrs old and personally I enjoyed this book. The most attention grabbing part would definitely have to be the ending but the entire book had me intrigued. Like most preteen/ teen book there was a pariah, but in this one she refused to sit back and be ignored. :))) I soo would recommend this book! Gotta love it! <3

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CHIUNG-HSI LIN
Jan 30, 2011

This book is an okay story with some surprising twists around the way. To any pre-teen who hates reading, this is a fun story to start with. It's like a PG version of Gossip Girl.

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genius_girl
Aug 17, 2016

genius_girl thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 10 and 14

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indigo_elephant_70
Aug 07, 2012

indigo_elephant_70 thinks this title is suitable for 9 years and over

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sandygh
Jan 09, 2012

sandygh thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 13 and 11

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CHIUNG-HSI LIN
Jan 30, 2011

CHIUNG-HSI LIN thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 11 and 14

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