The Resource Neighborhood girls
- Neighborhood girls
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- Jessie Ann Foley
- Chicago (Ill.) -- Juvenile fiction.
- Young Adult Fiction.
- Loss (Psychology) -- Fiction.
- Life change events -- Fiction.
- Teenage girls -- Fiction.
- Friendship -- Juvenile fiction.
- Teenage girls -- Juvenile fiction.
- Police corruption -- Illinois | Chicago -- Fiction.
- High school students -- Fiction.
- Friendship -- Fiction.
- Loss (Psychology) -- Juvenile fiction.
- Chicago (Ill.) -- Fiction.
- When Wendy Boychuck's father, a Chicago cop, was escorted from their property in handcuffs, she knew her life would never be the same. Her father gets a years-long jail sentence, her family falls on hard times, and the whispers around their neighborhood are impossible to ignore. If that wasn't bad enough, she gets jumped walking home from a party one night. Wendy quickly realizes that in order to survive her father's reputation, she'll have to make one for herself. Then Wendy meets Kenzie Quintana, a foul-mouthed, Catholic uniform-skirt-hiking alpha, and she knows immediately that she's found her savior. Kenzie can provide Wendy with the kind of armor a girl needs when she's trying to outrun her father's past. Add two more mean girls to the mix-- Sapphire and Emily-- and Wendy has found herself in Academy of the Sacred Heart's most feared and revered clique. Makeover complete. But complete is far from what Wendy feels. Instead, she faces the highs and lows of a toxic friendship, the exhaustion that comes with keeping up appearances, and a shattering loss-- the only one that could hurt more than losing herself
- Wendy Boychuck's father, a Chicago cop, made front page news for police brutality-- and got a years-long jail sentence. Then she gets jumped walking home from a party one night. Wendy quickly realizes that in order to survive her fathers reputation, she'll have to make one for herself. When she meets Kenzie Quintana, a foul-mouthed, Catholic uniform-skirt-hiking alpha, Wendy thinks she's found the way to outrun her father's past. Instead she faces the highs and lows of a toxic friendship, the exhaustion that comes with keeping up appearances, and a shattering loss
- Booklist Editors’ Choice: Books for Youth, 2017.
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