Allie Finkle is a proud resident of an old Victorian house where she goes to Pine Heights Elementary. Before that, however, she lived in another part of town and went to school somewhere else.
One day, she gets invited to two things the weekend her mom is going to be out of town. First is the Little Miss Majorette Baton Twirling Twirltacular, which one of her best friend's sisters is performing in. The second is a glamorous birthday party, in her old neighborhood with her old friends turned enemies, which will entail going to Build-A-Bear Workshop®, Glitterati, and staying the night at a fancy hotel.
Her mom already told her old friends that she was going to be at the Glitterati party, but Allie is torn as to which one she should go to. Will Allie make the right choice?
A humorous realistic fiction story that is fun to read. The characters are well-developed and memorable; the plot is believable and realistic. Readers who like Meg Cabot and have read the other ALLIE FINKLE'S RULES FOR GIRLS books, along with realistic fiction fans, will all enjoy GLITTER GIRLS AND THE GREAT FAKE OUT.
Reviewed by: Kira M
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When I was reading this book , I was horrified. The main story line was horrendous! I wont go in to further detail because it's just so...HORRIBLE! I do not recommend this book, considering all the warning I've given. On that basis I advise NOT to buy it.