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Genre: Young Adult, Contemporary Young Adult
Uh-oh. Emily is visiting France. The lead character of Maxwell's They Wear WHAT Under Their Kilts? and The Year My Life Went Down the Loo takes her hilarious mishaps to Paris, the "city of love," in the funniest book yet.
Her sadistic headmistress makes Emily bring along her assignment, Jack, a manufactured baby (LuvMyBaby v4.75) that has an advanced behavior card and memory chip that records care data. Added to
How embarrassing is it to laugh hysterically out loud in a quiet, people-filled room? Very. Even the title induces giggles, and that's nothing compared to the rest of the book. Maxwell writes about real, raw girly-girl feelings, with no depressing scenarios or undertones. (May, 336 pp., $5.99)
Reviewed By: Ali DeGray
Published: May 2004