Annabelle’s all-girls elementary was very different from Birchwood Middle School where the boys run through the halls like wild animals. But with a little experimenting, Annabelle realizes that like her new puppy, maybe boys can be trained too.
Featuring Annabelle’s hilarious take on friendship, boys, and her all-new life, this novel / survival guide perfectly captures the joy—and agony—of junior high school. And it might just teach you how to tame the wildest beast of all, the teenage boy.
With a few puppy-training tips, Annabelle got the boys under control. But now a mean girl clique—Taylor and the Terrors—is threatening Annabelle’s group, and the trick she used on the boys aren’t working. Can catty mean girls be tamed? Pitch-perfect junior high ups and downs make this a delightful offering for fans of Boys Are Dogs and new readers alike.
A couple of Annabelle’s friends already have dates for their first school dance and Annabelle knows exactly who to ask. There’s only one problem, her friend Claire also likes Oliver and she’s essentially called dibs. To make things worse, Annabelle has to partner with her secret crush on their science fair project. Leslie Margolis captures another unforgettable moment of junior high drama in this third book in the Annabelle Unleashed series.
Annabelle has tamed the wild boys, mastered the social hierarchy of catty mean girls, and bugged out over her first school dance. But now it’s time for the school talent show. Annabelle’s been asked to be a judge. Which is perfect . . . until her friends accuse Annabelle of playing favorites because her boyfriend Oliver asked for special treatment. Can Annabelle remain an impartial judge without hurting anyone’s feelings?
The trials and tribulations of middle school that make this series so relatable (and fun!) are back in full force in this fourth book.
A huge music festival coming to town, and Annabelle and her friends can’t wait to rock out… that is if they can come up with enough cash to buy the expensive tickets. In this day and age, a regular old lemonade stand isn’t going to cut it. They’ll need to get creative, but agreeing on a strategy is harder than Annabelle thought, especially when her best friend, Rachel, has strong opinions that threaten not just their business model, but their friendship as well. With big plans—and big changes—afoot, this year will be one to remember.
Capturing the ups and downs of friendship, family, and middle school in her pitch perfect writing, Leslie Margolis keeps readers coming back for more of life according to Annabelle Stevens.