Levine turns from fairy godmothers in the Brothers Grimm era to modern-day magic in this provocative meditation on what it means to be popular.
A highly entertaining, funny, poignant modern fairy tale. Levine captures the day-to-day lives of tortured teens, their language, their anxieties, and their joys while spinning a light tale with deeper meaning.
A provocative meditation on what it means to be popular. Will offer readers much to ponder in their own lives.
Levine, the author of Newbery Honor Book Ella Enchanted, writes with great sympathy and humor about the elusive nature of popularity. And middle school readers from every spot in the pecking order will sympathize with Wilma's efforts to be comfortable in her own skin.