Friday, May 20, 2011

I could certainly relate to Roxie in this book, because I have always disliked my first name. Thankfully, I had a second one to fall back on. How do you feel about your name?


In a new school, can Moxie finally live up to her name?

Moxie Roosevelt Kipper has endured thirteen years of being an ordinary girl with an unordinary name. Now that she’s entered boarding school, the time is ripe to reinvent herself. She’ll become unusual,outlandish, unexpected, sassy—someone worthy of a name like “Moxie.“ But who exactly? From Mysterious Earth Goddess to Hale and Hearty Sports Enthusiast; from Detached, Unique, Coolly Knowing Individual to Assertive Revolutionary Activist, Moxie tries them all, while keeping her true talent for piano-playing a secret. But at boarding school, Moxie isn't the only one who isn't what she claims to be. F KIM
(Review taken from www.goodreads.com)

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