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If you like Good Girls by Laura Ruby

Good Girls by Laura Ruby

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Good Girls by Laura Ruby
Sixteen-year-old high school senior Audrey is humiliated when a compromising photograph of her is sent around her school, but she discovers a toughness within her that she never knew she had. (catalog summary)

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