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by Dyan Sheldon


Savanna Zindle was the best friend I’d ever had. Which made her my best best friend. Which made her way more than just a friend

The way I saw it when I was in high school, even though there were still millions of different life forms left on the planet, there were basically only two kinds of girls: Those Girls and everyone else. Savanna Zindle was the best friend I’d ever had. Which made her way more than just a friend.

I’m sure Zelda and Savanna were bickering most of the way because bickering was pretty much their default mode, but I don’t really remember the drive.

I’m sure Zelda and Savanna were bickering most of the way because bickering was pretty much their default mode, but I don’t really remember the drive th guilt about Marilouise. Marilouise had never been anything but really nice to me. Even when Savanna started being best friends with me instead of her, Marilouise never got snappy or snarly the way a lot of people would have. I didn’t know how I was going to be able to explain to Marilouise how Savanna was practically on death’s front lawn. How could I possibly face her?

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My Worst Best Friend book. I know Dyan Sheldon is extremely successful, and has really excelled as a children's and young adult author of numerous titles; including Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen, which was also made into a movie. Although she is very popular and her work is largely appraised, I don't think as a reader you should waste your time on My Worst Best Friend.

My worst best friend. This story is all about two best friend "Promise me you'll always be my best friend, Gracie" said Savanna. No matter what happens. the real author of this story is DYAN SHELDON she is the best author I have ever read stories from, and her stories are for us teen and she has many stories/books than this story like "confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen; My Perfect Life; And Baby Makes Two and I Conquer Britain, as well as number of stories for younger readers.

About My Worst Best Friend. The best-selling author of Confessions of a Drama Queen takes a smart, funny look at friendship, staying true to your identity, and moving on. Gracie and Savannah are best friends - and utterly unalike

About My Worst Best Friend. Gracie and Savannah are best friends - and utterly unalike. Savannah is beautiful, outrageous, and irresistible to the opposite sex. Gracie is shy, smart, and would rather be studying lizards than meeting boys. Still, they’ve made a surprisingly great team, and (until now) it seemed as if nothing could come between them. But lately, Savannah’s talent for lying and manipulating is becoming harder to ignore.

From the writer of Confessions of A Teenage Drama Queen and My Worst Best Friend comes this hugely entertaining teen read about falling for the wrong person. The first time Josh sets eyes on Jena he's hooked

From the writer of Confessions of A Teenage Drama Queen and My Worst Best Friend comes this hugely entertaining teen read about falling for the wrong person. The first time Josh sets eyes on Jena he's hooked. He can't stop thinking about her; looking for her wherever he is; hoping to turn a corner and find her there.

Dyan Sheldon is the author of many books for young people, including Tall, Thin and Blonde; The Boy of My Dreams; Ride On, Sister Vincent; Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen and a number of stories for younger readers. She also writes books for adults. American by birth, she lives in north London.

The best-selling author of CONFESSIONS OF A DRAMA QUEEN takes a smart, funny look at friendship, staying true to your identity, and moving on. (Ages 12 and up)Gracie and Savannah are best friends —and utterly unalike. Savannah is beautiful, outrageous, and irresistible to the opposite sex. Gracie is shy, smart, and would rather be studying lizards than meeting boys. Still, they’ve made a surprisingly great team, and (until now) it seemed as if nothing could come between them. But lately, Savannah’s talent for lying and manipulating is becoming harder to ignore. She’s fallen head over heels for an elusive college boy, and Gracie can’t help wondering: is her friend as confident as she seems? When Savannah gets between Gracie and her crush, the line separating best friend from worst friend is crossed.

My Worst Best Friend epub download

ISBN13: 978-0763645557

ISBN: 0763645559

Author: Dyan Sheldon

Category: Books for children

Subcategory: Growing Up & Facts of Life

Language: English

Publisher: Candlewick (August 24, 2010)

Pages: 304 pages

ePUB size: 1730 kb

FB2 size: 1116 kb

Rating: 4.4

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Jogrnd
Gracie is smart, short and obsessed with lizards, while Savannah is tall, loud and beautiful. No matter how different they are, they're best friends to the end.

Savannah's description seems cool, yet her dialogue is filled with "I mean"s and "like"s and she can hardly ever say any phrase correctly. Gracie is smart enough to know her words and correct Savannah.

However, Savannah, who already has a boyfriend, meets a different boy. His name is Morgan Scheck and he's cuter than her own boy, Archie. That's why she "forgets" to go to the mall with poor Gracie, who decides to go to a meeting with Zebediah Cooper, an unpopular boy who only she seems to like.

Savannah then starts using Gracie - lying to her friends, her family, her boy. She even makes Gracie lie and calls it "supporting" her. She had told Gracie that she's not dating Morgan yet, because she's already dating Archie. Oh, well. It turns out Savannah has Gracie lie to her other best friend, Marilouise Lapinskye, that she can't come to her birthday party because she's "sick". She then tells Gracie about her...(drumroll) DATE with Morgan Scheck! Ohmigod!

Savannah also doesn't approve of Gracie meeting Cooper. Gracie only considers Cooper a friend, but what does Savannah know?

It turns out that Gracie will want to stop lying to Cooper, Marilouise, Archie and her father Robert Mooney, which also means she will also stop supporting her friend. And I'll guess you know who Gracie will befriend in the end…

This novel was very inspiring, very creative and very witty. Good job, Dyan Sheldon! :-)
Jogrnd
Gracie is smart, short and obsessed with lizards, while Savannah is tall, loud and beautiful. No matter how different they are, they're best friends to the end.

Savannah's description seems cool, yet her dialogue is filled with "I mean"s and "like"s and she can hardly ever say any phrase correctly. Gracie is smart enough to know her words and correct Savannah.

However, Savannah, who already has a boyfriend, meets a different boy. His name is Morgan Scheck and he's cuter than her own boy, Archie. That's why she "forgets" to go to the mall with poor Gracie, who decides to go to a meeting with Zebediah Cooper, an unpopular boy who only she seems to like.

Savannah then starts using Gracie - lying to her friends, her family, her boy. She even makes Gracie lie and calls it "supporting" her. She had told Gracie that she's not dating Morgan yet, because she's already dating Archie. Oh, well. It turns out Savannah has Gracie lie to her other best friend, Marilouise Lapinskye, that she can't come to her birthday party because she's "sick". She then tells Gracie about her...(drumroll) DATE with Morgan Scheck! Ohmigod!

Savannah also doesn't approve of Gracie meeting Cooper. Gracie only considers Cooper a friend, but what does Savannah know?

It turns out that Gracie will want to stop lying to Cooper, Marilouise, Archie and her father Robert Mooney, which also means she will also stop supporting her friend. And I'll guess you know who Gracie will befriend in the end…

This novel was very inspiring, very creative and very witty. Good job, Dyan Sheldon! :-)
Dammy
An entertaining read about best friends, worst friends, and the trouble some people can have telling the difference between the two. This book was a quick read that was light and fun while dealing with something a little more heavy. The thing that it really makes you realize is that sometimes you just have to let people go, even if it hurts, to make your life better.

Gracie was a great character, she was smart, and tough, and very concerned with the environment. She was the complete opposite of her best friend Savannah, who is the ultimate it girl. Savannah is a fly by the seat of her pants, worry about the consequences if they come type of girl. They had figured out that sometimes opposites attract, and they become best friends who are thick as thieves. The problems start when Savannah starts using Gracie as her alibi (without even telling her) and causing Gracie to lie to the people she loves.

I really couldn't stand Savannah, she was very self-involved and was constantly using Gracie and not thinking anything about her feelings. She really was a horrible best friend and I was screaming at Gracie all the way through the book to open her eyes and see what was going on! Gracie's love interest, Cooper, was probably my favorite character of the book. He was funny and quirky and just an excellent guy that was such a joy to read.

I suggest this book to all YA lovers. By the time the book is through you'll either be much more appreciative of your best friend, or you'll be realizing you need a new one!!
Dammy
An entertaining read about best friends, worst friends, and the trouble some people can have telling the difference between the two. This book was a quick read that was light and fun while dealing with something a little more heavy. The thing that it really makes you realize is that sometimes you just have to let people go, even if it hurts, to make your life better.

Gracie was a great character, she was smart, and tough, and very concerned with the environment. She was the complete opposite of her best friend Savannah, who is the ultimate it girl. Savannah is a fly by the seat of her pants, worry about the consequences if they come type of girl. They had figured out that sometimes opposites attract, and they become best friends who are thick as thieves. The problems start when Savannah starts using Gracie as her alibi (without even telling her) and causing Gracie to lie to the people she loves.

I really couldn't stand Savannah, she was very self-involved and was constantly using Gracie and not thinking anything about her feelings. She really was a horrible best friend and I was screaming at Gracie all the way through the book to open her eyes and see what was going on! Gracie's love interest, Cooper, was probably my favorite character of the book. He was funny and quirky and just an excellent guy that was such a joy to read.

I suggest this book to all YA lovers. By the time the book is through you'll either be much more appreciative of your best friend, or you'll be realizing you need a new one!!
Eyalanev
Gracie has always been surprised that Savannah considers her a friend - not just a friend, but a best friend. Gracie lives a fairly boring existence with her father hovering protectively. She is not really sure why Savannah finds her so fascinating.

Things have changed a bit recently, though. Frequently forgetful, Savannah seems to be even more scattered. When she sets a time to meet Gracie at the coffee shop, it has become a common occurrence for her to be late or possibly not show up at all. Her excuses are pretty lame, even bordering on rude.

On one such occasion when Gracie had been waiting for over an hour for the tardy Savannah, Cooper showed up and invited Gracie to go to a local community center called the Neighborhood. Gracie and Cooper have always shared a common interest in promoting worthy causes, and now Cooper wants to show off the community center in hopes of recruiting her as a volunteer. She has a terrific time but is almost discouraged by the careless attitude Savannah has when Gracie tries to share her enthusiasm about the great work done at the center.

Having Savannah "forget" appointments or complain of schedule conflicts is one thing, but when she begins to include Gracie in downright lies to hide her real activities from others, Gracie decides something must be done.

In MY WORST BEST FRIEND, author Dyan Sheldon portrays friendship at its worst. Many readers will unfortunately be able to relate to Gracie as she experiences Savannah's mistreatment. After her initial shock and disappointment, Gracie shows readers how to deal with an abusive friend. MY WORST BEST FRIEND provides a peek into an all too common problem in the world of BFF's.

Reviewed by: Sally Kruger, aka "Readingjunky"
Eyalanev
Gracie has always been surprised that Savannah considers her a friend - not just a friend, but a best friend. Gracie lives a fairly boring existence with her father hovering protectively. She is not really sure why Savannah finds her so fascinating.

Things have changed a bit recently, though. Frequently forgetful, Savannah seems to be even more scattered. When she sets a time to meet Gracie at the coffee shop, it has become a common occurrence for her to be late or possibly not show up at all. Her excuses are pretty lame, even bordering on rude.

On one such occasion when Gracie had been waiting for over an hour for the tardy Savannah, Cooper showed up and invited Gracie to go to a local community center called the Neighborhood. Gracie and Cooper have always shared a common interest in promoting worthy causes, and now Cooper wants to show off the community center in hopes of recruiting her as a volunteer. She has a terrific time but is almost discouraged by the careless attitude Savannah has when Gracie tries to share her enthusiasm about the great work done at the center.

Having Savannah "forget" appointments or complain of schedule conflicts is one thing, but when she begins to include Gracie in downright lies to hide her real activities from others, Gracie decides something must be done.

In MY WORST BEST FRIEND, author Dyan Sheldon portrays friendship at its worst. Many readers will unfortunately be able to relate to Gracie as she experiences Savannah's mistreatment. After her initial shock and disappointment, Gracie shows readers how to deal with an abusive friend. MY WORST BEST FRIEND provides a peek into an all too common problem in the world of BFF's.

Reviewed by: Sally Kruger, aka "Readingjunky"