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That's not what I heard / Stephanie Kate Strohm.

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Burroughs-Saden Main - Bridgeport YA STROHM (Text to phone) 34000081448433 Young Adult Fiction Available -
C.H. Booth Library - Newtown YA FIC STR (Text to phone) 34014141712795 Young Adult Fiction Available -
Mark Twain Library Association - Redding YA Str (Text to phone) 33620143575682 Teen Fiction Checked out 06/10/2020
North Branch - Bridgeport YA STROHM (Text to phone) 34000081448441 Young Adult Fiction Available -
Southbury Public Library TEEN 2. STROHM (Text to phone) 34019144557683 Teen Fiction Available -
Weston Public Library YA STROHM (Text to phone) 34053143838042 Young Adult Fiction Available -

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General Note: High-school seniors Kimberly Landis-Lilley and Teddy Lin have been together since kindergarten. Then someone starts a rumor that they have broken up. Suddenly William Henry Harrison High School is taking sides, somebody is putting up posters supporting Kim and criticizing Teddy, there are incidents of artistic vandalism. Now people are talking about having separate proms, and even teachers and parents are getting involved-- and nobody is more confused about the chaos then Kim and Teddy themselves. -- adapted from run-on sentence provided
Summary, etc.: "High-school seniors Kimberly Landis-Lilley and Teddy Lin have been together since kindergarten, but then someone starts a rumor that they have broken up, and suddenly the whole William Henry Harrison High School is taking sides, somebody is putting up posters supporting Kim and criticizing Teddy, there are incidents of artistic vandalism, people are talking about having separate proms, and even teachers and parents are getting involved--and nobody is more confused about the chaos then Kim and Teddy themselves." --
Subject: High school students Juvenile fiction
Rumor Juvenile fiction
Dating (Social customs) Juvenile fiction
Interpersonal relations Juvenile fiction
Malicious mischief Juvenile fiction
High schools Fiction
Schools Fiction
Rumor Fiction
Dating (Social customs) Fiction
Interpersonal relations Fiction
Vandalism Fiction
Genre: Young adult fiction.
Romance fiction.
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