I Was a Non-Blonde Cheerleader

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Author: Kieran Scott

Bookstore Classification: Young Adult

Readers: 7th – 12th grade

Similar to: Anne Brashares, Sisterhood of Traveling Pants author, but G-rated.

I Was a Non-Blonde Cheerleader is the first book in Kieran Scott’s 3 part series about a non-blonde cheerleader. Annisa Gobrowski is used to moving around and starting over again at new schools. What she did not anticipate was moving to a Florida high School where she is one of to non-blonde girls in the whole school. She immediately makes enemies due to her klutz-like manner.

Unfortunately all her enemies happen to belong to her high schools competitive cheerleading squad. Now that open spots are available on the cheer team and her being a former cheerleader herself that could only equal to one thing, let the hazing begin. Could the prank war with the rival school really bring the squad together?

It so hard to find clean books for teen girls; at the bookstore I remember having to warn parents that young adult does not always mean for very young adults. This book is great option for your young daughters who enjoy mean girls, teen romances, and high school drama. You can feel reassured that there is not strong language used or sexual overtones used. Although I was amused with this book it is definitely not a challenging read and is geared toward a younger crowd.

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