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The Cinderella Society

Kay Cassidy

The Cinderella Society

by Kay Cassidy

  • 37 Want to read
  • 38 Currently reading

Published by Egmont USA in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Peer pressure -- Fiction,
  • Bullying -- Fiction,
  • Sisters -- Fiction,
  • Friendship -- Fiction,
  • Self-acceptance -- Fiction,
  • Self-esteem -- Fiction,
  • Cheerleading -- Fiction,
  • Schools -- Fiction,
  • Conduct of life -- Fiction

  • Edition Notes

    StatementKay Cassidy.
    GenreFiction
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ7.C268582 Cn 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23686866M
    ISBN 109781606840177, 9781606840627
    LC Control Number2009026157

    After nine schools in ten years, she's come to terms with life as a perpetual new girl, neither popular nor outcast. At Mt. Sterling High, Jess gets the chance of a lifetime: an invitation to join The Cinderella Society, a secret club of the most popular girls in school, where makeovers are the first order of . Cinderella Society. Winner Description: Author: Kay Cassidy, Publisher: Egmont USA. Winner Blurb: It's a fight between the Cindys and the Wickeds to control the school. Title of a book, article or other published item (this will display to the public): The Cinderella Society. ISBN .

    Cinderella is only one example of a princess that has had a long lasting effect on American society. This fairy tale, although the message has evolved over the years, still . The Tenners are a group of authors who have books coming out in Regardless of this affiliation, I found The Cinderella Society to be a fast easy read. (In case you haven’t noticed, if a book isn’t a fast, easy, read, I won’t blog about it, because I will not have finished reading it. I am a lazy, lazy reader.

    Jess Parker, ace cheerleader, just wants to be invisible. On the last day of her crummy sophomore year, though, she receives an invitation to join the Cinderella Society. The Cindys promise Jess a place to fit in, tips to becoming self-confident and, most importantly, a makeover. These Cindys, however, are more Gallagher Girls than fairy-tale : Kay Cassidy. Amazon Link: Yes, I get a little bit of money every time someone buys a book through an amazon link on here. The total will take awhile to add up where I get anything though. The Cinderella Society by Kay Cassidy Review by: Lauren Book From: Kay Cassidy, part of the 1 ARC tour Summary [ ].


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And even though she's a talented competition-class cheerleader, a typical route to popularity, she still always finds herself on the outside at each new school/5(39). Kay Cassidys debut novel, The Cinderella Society, is a brand new take on high school cliques and is pure girl power.

Throughout the book, Kay emphasises, through Jess, how awesome us girls are. The focus on strength, confidence and friendships gives every girl a chance to come out on top without using anyone else to do it, like the Wickeds do/5.

The Cinderella Society takes readers behind the veil of a secret society of good populars dedicated to defeating the mean girls of the world. Read more about the book on Kay's web site ()/5. The Cinderella Society (The Cinderella Society, #1) and The Cinderella Society: Cindy on a MissionAuthor: Kay Cassidy.

This debut novel's resemblance to the Cinderella fairy tale ends with Jess's style makeover. It's mostly about an ongoing war between good and evil, mounted by the Cindys against the Wickeds, who.

After nine schools in ten years, she's come to terms with life as a perpetual new girl, neither popular nor outcast. At Mt. Sterling High, Jess gets the chance of a lifetime: an invitation to join 4/5(14).

In fact, in the author page, the book specifically says that. From the back flap: “She hopes that The Cinderella Society, her first novel, will inspire readers to embrace their inner Cindy. “ Way to go, Kay Cassidy. I don’t like the sappiness of this book, but it’s a given for basically all chick-lit novels.

Book Review: The Cinderella Society. Sixteen year old outsider, Jess Parker, gets the chance of a lifetime: an invitation to join a secret society of popular girls dedicated to defeating the mean girls of the world.

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likes. The Cinderella Society is BACK. Get the inside scoop + read episode 1 (Secrets of the Sisterhood) for FREE!Followers:   The Cinderella Society is a an amazing and inspiring book for all teenage girls that might be struggling at school in social life or even the most popular girls in school.

This book is inspiring because it teaches girls how to survive in high school so even though you might think your a nobody anything could happen/5(36).

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Book Review: The Cinderella Society. The Cinderella Society. by Kay Cassidy. Summary: Jess Parker is always getting pushed around by a girl at her newest school. And the reason – she took her place on the cheerleading squad. I have to say, this was the perfect book for me to read during Valentine’s day week.

I’ve been putting off the. ISBN: The Cinderella Society by Kay Cassidy tells the story of Jess Parker, an average high school student whose parents happen to move a lot.

Jess is used to being the new girl and never really fitting in. Get this from a library. The Cinderella Society. [Kay Cassidy] -- After winning a coveted spot on the high school cheerleading squad, sixteen-year-old newcomer, Jess Parker, is still treated as an "outsider" by the majority of the student body thanks to the.

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Read more about the book on Kay's web site ()/5. Quotes from The Cinderella Society. ― Kay Cassidy, quote from The Cinderella Society “I was trying so hard to be what everyone wanted me to be, and yet every time I looked around, I was failing.” Books are seen by some as a throwback to a previous world; conversely, gleaning the main ideas of a book via a quote or a quick summary.

Unfortunately, this book fell a little short for me. The Cinderella Society by Kay Cassidy My rating: 3 of 5 stars. I have to be admit that I feel a little silly being an adult and having read this book. I was entertained in a total teen fiction sort of way. I think preteens would really enjoy this book.

Sixteen-year-old Jess Parker gets the chance of a lifetime: an invitation to join the Cinderella Society, a secret club of the most popular girls. But Jess soon finds herself in the middle of a centuries-old battle between good and : Kay Cassidy. The Cinderella Society.

likes 1 talking about this. The Cinderella Society is BACK. Get the inside scoop + read episode 1 (Secrets of the Sisterhood) for FREE!Followers:. THE CINDERELLA SOCIETY, by Kay Cassidy, created a modern twist on the classic story of a diamond in the rough rising above negativity to land her Prince Charming.

But in high school,it is a bit more complicated than that. I absolutely fell in love with this book. Kay Cassidy completely reinvented Cinderella to contemporary times/5(2).The Cinderella Society is a book like that. Jess Parker has always been the new kid, constantly on the move due to her dad's job.

And even though she's a talented competition-class cheerleader, a typical route to popularity, she still always finds herself on the outside at each new school/5.This book is really the story of a marriage—one between people who came from worlds so different that if they were characters in a novel, people would say it was simply not plausible.

Rose was an poor Jewish immigrant from Russia. When she arrived in the United States at she had had less than two years of formal schooling/5(18).