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Luann: Stress + Hormones = High School - cover

Luann: Stress + Hormones = High School

Greg Evans

Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing

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Summary

Some people claim that it is possible to survive High School -- that the numbing lectures, first period PE classes, dangerous bullies, snotty cheerleaders, clueless counselors, and droning teachers can actually improve a person. To that, Luann and her friends would just like to say, "Ha ha ha."

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