Pretty Rude for a Girl (Hardcover)

Pretty Rude for a Girl By Rebecca Elliott Cover Image

Pretty Rude for a Girl (Hardcover)

$17.99


In Stock—Click for Locations
Politics and Prose at 5015 Connecticut Avenue NW
1 on hand, as of Aug 15 1:19pm
Fifteen-year-old Haylah Swinton is gaining popularity on her comedy YouTube channel, but the jokes she's telling are starting to ruffle feathers in real life. Prepare to snort, guffaw, and cringe through Rebecca Elliott's hilarious companion to Pretty Funny for a Girl.
Big, bold, and funnier than a cat in a onesie playing bagpipes, Haylah's been busy with her online comedy material. But life on the internet comes with its own can of trolls and proving she's funny is tougher than Haylah thought it'd be! Plus, her new boyfriend Dylan hasn't even tried kissing her yet, and when her deadbeat dad decides to turn up, life as she's known it is tossed into one big, colossal mess. So, what better way to vent, than to spill the tea to her newly found audience? But when friends and family discover Haylah's ranting videos on the web, Haylah finds herself with a lot of explaining to do.
Rebecca Elliott's contemporary YA rom-com stars a strong, memorable heroine and features a story full of heart, humor, and relatable themes of body image, self-esteem, relationship building, and taking ownership of mistakes. A laugh-out-loud, binge-worthy read.
Rebecca Elliott is an author and illustrator. She earned a degree in philosophy and once did a brief stint in a dull office. Now, she enjoys eating angel delight, loudly venting on a drum kit, and spending time in her sunny garden. She lives in England with her family, some chickens, and a cat named Bernard.
Product Details ISBN: 9781682631485
ISBN-10: 1682631486
Publisher: Peachtree
Publication Date: October 5th, 2021
Pages: 320
Language: English
"The quirky family, school struggles, British slang, and tentative steps into romance make this a quick and charming read. . . . Haylah 's struggles and eventual victory over her personal, romantic, and familial obstacles make her a sympathetic, likeable character with whom teen readers will identify. The witty humor that pervades her thoughts and conversations is sure to make readers laugh out loud."—School Library Connection