Presto! -- she's popular! In this original modern-day fairy tale, Gail Carson Levine, the Newbery Honor-winning author of Ella Enchanted, introduces a friendless eighth-grader whose wish to become the most popular kid at school comes true. Now, Wilma's life is everything she ever dreamed of -- she has dozens of friends, guys vying for her attention, and she can do whatever she pleases and people still love her. But what will she do in a few weeks when her wish ends with graduation? Funny, painful, and delightfully real, this engaging novel explores the question of whether we really want to be liked for who we are.
When granted her wish to be the most popular girl in school, Wilma, an eighth grader, forgets that she will graduate in three weeks and her popularity will vanish.
This was a pretty good book. It was a can't-put-it-down sort of book, but the ending was not as good as expected.
By the author of Ella Enchanted, a new fairy tale about a girl whose wish to become the most popular girl in her jr. high - is granted.
Wilma Sturts is not popular. luckly for her she bumps into a witch who grants her a wish: to be the most popular girl in cleveland junior high. almost instantly her phone is ringing off the hook. she has 42 dates to the grand night dance, and someone is even writing her love poetry.
Excellent book for young adult readers. Almost as good as "Ella Enchanted".
An enjoiable read by one of my favorite authors.
The dumbest book i ever read.
But you can't live life without reading it.