She's the Worst (Hardcover)
Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, 9781534436589, 288pp.
Publication Date: September 3, 2019
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“A sparkling homage to LA and a love letter to the difficult, mercurial, rewarding relationship between sisters.” —Booklist
Ferris Bueller’s Day Off meets 10 Things I Hate About You in this fun, contemporary novel about two sisters who have twenty-four hours to fulfill a pact and overcome the secret that threatens to tear them apart.
Sisters April and Jenn haven’t been close in years. Jenn’s too busy with school, the family antique shop, and her boyfriend, and April would rather play soccer and hang out with the boy next door.
But when April notices her older sister is sad about staying home for college, she decides to do something about it. The girls set off to revive a pact they made as kids: spend an epic day exploring the greatest hits of their childhood and all that Los Angeles has to offer.
Then April learns that Jenn has been keeping a secret that could rip their family—and their parents—apart. With only one day to set things right, the sisters must decide if their relationship is worth saving, or if the truth will tear them apart for good.
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Praise For She's the Worst…
— The Children's Book Review
“A vibrant and heartfelt story that effortlessly captures sisterhood, first love, and coming-of-age. Perfect for fans of Jenny Han and Morgan Matson, She's the Worst is just the best.”
— Katie Henry, author of HERETICS ANONYMOUS
"Part sister story, part romantic comedy, She's the Worst spotlights two bold, ambitious girls trying to rebuild their fractured relationship. I devoured this love letter to summer, sisterhood, and Los Angeles."
— Rachel Lynn Solomon, author of YOU'LL MISS ME WHEN I'M GONE
“She’s the Worst is an unforgettable trip through the sun-soaked streets of Los Angeles, and through the ups and downs of sibling strife, college pressures, and unexpected romance. We loved every minute and mile of Jenn and April’s joyous and heartrending journey.”
— Emily Wibberley and Austin Siegemund-Broka, co-authors of IF I'M BEING HONEST
"This is a sparkling homage to L.A. and a love letter to the difficult, mercurial, rewarding relationship between sisters."
"For readers looking for a solidly constructed family drama, April and Jenn’s story is sure to satisfy."
— Publishers Weekly