About this Book
When three best friends get together, the first thing they talk about these days is always the mean girls in their lives. They decide to banish their enemies by holding a ceremony and burning slips of paper with the mean girls' names on them. But soon afterwards, they discover themselves becoming mean, and they must find a way--with a little help from the owner of their local beauty shop--to reverse the ceremony and revert to the sweet (mostly), kind (if slightly imperfect) personalities. Catherine Clark's first middle-grade novel is a humorous look at the mysterious--and wonderful--nature of friendship.
About the Author
A native of Massachusetts, Cathy Clark is a former resident of Maine, New York, Colorado, and Wisconsin. She now lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota, with her two dogs. She has written many novels for teens and has a Masters in Fine Arts from Colorado State University.