Her sassy teenage aunt writes an advice column. But what if Amy
needs boy tips of her own? A witty, genuine take on the ups and
downs of friends, family, and first romance.
Thirteen-year-old Amy Green has a lot to juggle: handling her
divorced parents, minding her messy baby siblings, and navigating
the snobby popular cliques at school. So when her cool but crazy
seventeen-year old aunt, Clover lands a job giving advice for the
teen mag "The Goss, " Amy jumps at the chance to help out as her
sidekick. Of course Clover, being Clover, doesn't just want to
answer readers' letters, she wants to solve their problems . . .
personally. From stamping out malicious rumors to giving a cad his
comeuppance to creating the perfect web page, the two come up with
some clever hands-on schemes that bring happiness to many unhappy
girls. But when Amy falls for the cute but aloof boy in her art
class -- and her own friends start snubbing her big-time -- can she
find a way out of her own dilemma?
"From the Hardcover edition."