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When there are no rules a girl can depend on, she’s got to write her own…

BOOK ONE: MOVING DAY

It’s like the end of the world for nine-year-old Allie; her family is leaving their comfortable suburb to begin a new life in a very old, Victorian-scary house.

BOOK TWO: THE NEW GIRL

Allie is feisty, but it’s not easy being the “new girl” at Pine Heights Elementary, especially when a classmate is planning to beat you up after school.

BOOK THREE: AWAKEN

The pressure is off Allie when a newer girl turns up at school, and with rules – only she’s imposing them on Allie and her friends.

BOOK FOUR: STAGE FRIGHT

To Allie’s dismay, she gets cast not as the princess but as the evil queen in her fourth-grade class play. That doesn’t diminish her determination to be a star .

BOOK FIVE: GLITTER GIRLS

Allie is totally committed to the regional twirltacular baton competition, until she’s invited to a big blowout birthday bash the same weekend.

BOOK SIX: BLAST FROM THE PAST

Allie’s excitement dives when she learns a class field trip will include fourth-graders from her old school – and the ex-best friend who betrayed her.

Moving Day five weeks on New York Times children’s chapter Books Best Sellers list;
Moving Day the #2 selection on BookSense Spring 2008 Children’s Picks list;
The New Girl on Fall 2008 Kid’s indie Next list as an “Inspired Recommendation for Kids from Indie Booksellers”;
Best Friends and Drama Queens in Top Ten on Spring 2009 Kid’s Indie Next List as an “Inspired Recommendation for Kids from Indie Booksellers”.

“In Cabot’s first foray into novels for kids who are still in single digits, her trademark frank humor makes for compulsive reading . . . Allie is funny, believable, and plucky.” ~Publishers Weekly (starred review)

“Your new rule? This book must be read . . . now!”
Discovery Girls

“Meet the most likable heroine since Pippi Longstocking.”
Copley News Service