Description - Rise and Fall of a 10th Grade Social Climber by Lauren Mechling
In a life-altering move to escape the patronising psychobabble of her mother in Houston, Texas, fifteen-year-old Mimi Schulman breaks for the bohemian life of the West Village, New York City, to reconnect with her academic-turned-photographer father. From her very first day at the experimental Tillman School, Mimi learns that the seat of popularity rests with four enigmatic girls- Pia, Vivian, Lily and Jess - whose adolescent rampage through the affluent ranks of New York society knows no bounds. And so begins Mimi's mission to make it into 'The Coolies' by the end of the year...at any cost. A gossipy, scandalous, hilarious tale of friendship, identity and personal development.
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(198mm x 132mm x 20mm)
Random House Australia
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Author Biography - Lauren Mechling
Lauren Mechling grew up in Brooklyn, New York and graduated from Harvard College. She has written for the New York Sun, where she has also been a crime reporter, and for several other publications including The Wall Street Journal, and Seventeen magazine. Laura Moser grew up in Houston. The author of the biography Bette Davis, she reviews books for various publications and lives in Brooklyn. Lauren and Laura became friends ten years ago when Laura shared her acne medication with Lauren in a communal bathroom. They now live a short walk away from each other in Brooklyn.