Item description for Harsh Pink: Color Me Burned (True Colors #12) by Melody Carlson...
Overview Reagan Mercer is just trying to fit in at her new high school when she bumps one of the most popular girls from the cheerleading squad, but when she eventually becomes part of the in-crowd, she finds their behavior--and her own--disturbing. Includes discussion questions.Reagan Mercer is just trying to fit in at her new high school when she bumps one of the most popular girls from the cheerleading squad, but when she eventually becomes part of the in-crowd, she finds their behavior--and her own--disturbing.
Publishers Description Kendra, the most popular girl in school, decides to make Reagan part of her elite crew. But Reagan finds that acceptance has a steep price, as her new friends make life miserable for anyone who gets in their way. And after a tragic accident and party gone too far, can Reagan make the right choices? The twelfth book in the TrueColorsfiction series, Harsh Pink goes deeper into important teen issues, such as peer pressure, relationships, identity, and values.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.14" Width: 5.64" Height: 0.6" Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Release Date Jul 30, 2007
Publisher NAV PRESS #111
Series True Colors
Series Number 12
ISBN 1576839524 ISBN13 9781576839522
Availability 0 units.
More About Melody Carlson
I started writing "professionally" about twenty years ago. I quickly learned that I'm a fast writer and, as a result, I've published more than 200 books--with more than 6 million books sold. And it stuns me to write out those numbers today. How did that happen? I've been told I'm in the top twenty "most prolific authors" of all time. Although I'm not certain this is true, it does make me wonder--and I wonder how other authors (in previous generations) managed to write so many books without the use of a computer. Last year I won a Career Achievement Award from Romantic Times. But that doesn't mean I'm ready to retire. I have lots more books coming out and new ideas popping into my head all the time. I write from a studio right next to the house I share with my husband in Oregon. My dog Audrey goes to work with me every morning. I have to say...it's a pretty good life...and I am grateful to God for every bit of it.
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Real Teen Faith in a Mean-Girl World Aug 17, 2007
It's hard enough being a teen girl, but even harder when you've just moved cross-country and you make the cheerleading squad, knocking Miss Popularity from her long-time spot.
Reagan Mercer has problems at home as well. Her grandmother has Alzheimers, and it's up to Reagan to take care of her while her single mom works long hours.
In time, Reagan is invited into the inner circle, yet there's a steep price to pay for this mean-girl lifestyle. When a drinking party goes too far, Reagan has a choice to make - and having a new Christian friend helps.
This is the last book in Melody Carlson's amazing True Colors series, touching on topics that connect with postmodern teens, showing them the power of real faith in a tough world.
--Christian Women Online Book Buzz
Loved Regan Mercer Jul 14, 2007
It's tough going to a new school, with a new set of cliques to figure out, but Regan Mercer knows how it works. She and her best friend from her former school developed a clissification system for rating friends. A, B, or C, with C being another word for desperation, and Regan's never been all that desperate.
She tries out for cheerleading and beats Kendra Farnsworth, who apparently considers herself the reigning queen of Belmont High. Now Regan has real problems. Kendra isn't the kind to lose gracefully, and she sets out to make life miserable for her new enemy. Then suddenly Kendra changes and decides to be friendly, but most things carry a price tag, and this friendship is no exception. Regan has some serious choices to make. This is my first book in Melody Carlson's True Color series, and it's a book teenage girls will love. She gets her faith message across without being preachy, and the readers guide in the back of the book can open the way to a great discussion. I strongly recommend this one.