If you could be anyone―who would you choose?
Sixth grader Maggie Malone is having her worst birthday ever. She's the new girl at Pinkerton Middle School where she has zero friends. And her favorite gift-giving aunt sent her a pair of boring, brown, hand-me-down boots. (Yeah, those'll make her popular.) Maggie wishes her life could be more like tween pop sensation Becca Starr's.
When Maggie looks around there's no ball gown or handsome prince―just a bright spotlight...and twenty thousand screaming fans. It turns out Maggie's boots are more than a little magical. And now she gets to spend a day in the life of anyone she chooses...
Be careful what you wish for...
Life isn't always smooth sailing-even with magical boots! "A fanciful and fun read—where do we get a pair of those boots?" —Sheryl Berk and Carrie Berk, authors of The Cupcake Club series
Maggie Malone wants to fit in at her new school, so she decides to join the swim team. Only her tryout is a complete flop (of the belly variety, to be exact). What Maggie needs is a little help from her mostly magical boots!
What could be better than spending a day as Marina Tide, daughter of a famous oceanographer? So Maggie jumps into Marina's shoes—er, flippers—for a day of sunbathing, ocean breezes and an adorable pet dolphin! But there's a treasure-hunting traitor aboard her ship... and it's up to Maggie to save the crew and the coral reef before her time runs out.
"This lighthearted contemporary fantasy will appeal to fans of Sarah Mlynowski's "Whatever After" series and be a nice fit for readers graduating from the "Katie Kazoo" series by Nancy Krulik." —School Library Journal
Strap in for two months of gasps, disappointed sighs and unfortunately, a lot of unemotional blinking as we watch stars try to make a statement with couture. The Golden Globes were really delivering some "meh" fashion this year. There were so many dresses that simply didn't move me at all in any direction, which makes for a boring year in my book. Even on the "best dressed" end, I had to actually stare at some of these gowns to convince myself they could probably be called "best. " And some of my "worst" wouldn't come close to ranking as worst any other night. There's a little part of me that doesn't want to give Best Dressed to J. Lo because. But girl hasn't been nominated for a Golden Globe anytime recently. If someone could be nominated for Awards Show Dressing, she'd be the Meryl Streep of it by now. Her mustard Giambattista Valli is daring, yet classic, looking like a lost Katharine Hepburn costume from The Philadelphia Story. The styling is impeccable: perfect deep burgundy lip, great accessories and sleek hair. It's been a long time since I felt like J. Law was getting anything out of her all-Dior all-the-time agreement, but this futuristic spin on a classic sheath was a winner. Her make-up looked so good on screen, I told Ashleigh she looked airbrushed. Lady Gaga's Atelier Versace black gown is so deceptively simple, but the exaggerated hips, the luxuriousness of the velvet and the beautiful sweetheart neckline show great craftsmanship. I always knew, back in the meat dress days, that these days were just around the corner: when she would shock us by showing up looking like Hitchcock's lost heroine. I hesitated to put Rosie Huntington Whiteley's Atelier Versace gold gown in the list because it's too easy. You could probably put her in a Project Runway unconventional challenge losing outfit and she'd still look gorgeous. But I'll grudgingly admit everything is coming together for her in this dress: it somehow looks like a glamorous yet casual gown befitting an Australian. I'm usually on board for Cate Blanchett's couture adventures, but even I had to pause over her rose-lilac Givenchy couture gown. On the one hand, she gets a pass for being who she is and looking like she is literally glowing. When I first caught sight of Kate Bosworth's sparkly Dolce & Gabbana, I joked that she looked like a 90's Miss America contestant. She also looks like a Barbie. I don't like the details on the top. Source: Newly Domesticated
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