Hidden in the Shelves (16)

Hidden in the Shelves is a feature where I show off a discovery (or rediscovery) that I came across while shelving books for work.

Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen by Dyan Sheldon

Mary Elizabeth Cep (or Lola, as she prefers to be called) longs to be in the spotlight. But when she moves to New Jersey with her family and becomes a student at Dellwood “Deadwood” High, Lola discovers that the role of resident drama queen is already filled — by the Born-to-Win, Born-to-Run-Everything Carla Santini. Carla has always gotten everything she wants — that is, until Lola comes along and snags the lead in the school Can Lola survive Carla’s attempts at retaliation? Will Lola play and her best friend, Ella, find a way to crash their favorite band’s concert and farewell party in New York City — to which Carla has already gained entrance? And once the curtain goes up on the school play, which drama queen will take center stage?

Summary from Goodreads. I’m sure some of us saw the Lindsay Lohan movie back in the day before she got all crazy. How many of you knew it as based on a book? Well it was. I don’t remember much about the book or the movie aside from it was filled with young adult drama and angst. Ahhh the good old days.


2 thoughts on “Hidden in the Shelves (16)

    • Ha! It kind of does. Man, I loved those type of movies as a kid.

      To answer your question on Twitter, no. I work at a library but we have kind of the same smell as a bookstore. 🙂

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