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Secret Admirer

Melody Carlson

Publisher: Zonderkidz

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Meet Morgan, Amy, Carlie, and Emily. They all live in the trailer park at 622 Harbor View in tiny Boscoe Bay, Oregon. Proximity made them friends, but a desire to make the world a better place—and a willingness to work at it—keeps them together. Carlie’s mad! Can she forgive her friends—and will they forgive her? In book seven, Project: Ski Trip, friendships are put to the test as the girls go on their long-awaited ski trip with the church youth group. But there are boys on this trip, and some of the girls would rather flirt than ski—and tomboy Carlie would rather snowboard than shower! Then an accident on the slopes forces her to slow down—and shows her who her real friends are. What happens when the boy you like doesn’t like you back? In book eight, Project: Secret Admirer, the Valentine’s Day dance is on the horizon, and Amy daydreams about the cutest boy in school—after all, someone’s leaving secret admirer notes in her locker. But when news of her crush gets out, she is so embarrassed. What do you do when you’re going to be single on the biggest couples’ night of the year? Amy just might have an answer…helping others who are lonely on the most romantic day of the year!

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