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Moody Publishers Real TV, Take One: Changing Faces

Senior year = one word: STRESS.

Stressed to the max in her senior year, Olivia O'Donnell fills every spare moment of her week with frenetic activity. Aiming to be valedictorian, homework is top on her priority list, but she always manages to find time to watch Changing Faces with her best friend since kindergarten, Jane Broga--at least it used to be always. Lately Olivia is so consumed by her day planner checklists that the most important people in her life are somehow getting inched out of her harried schedule. To make matters worse, Jane strikes up a friendship with Olivia's longtime archenemy, Aubrey Ainsley. Will Olivia hit a breaking point when she unexpectedly starts volunteering at a homeless shelter in order to clinch the valedictorian spot? Can she learn to have compassion for others who don't seem to try as hard as she does? And when Changing Faces comes into her life, will it drive a wedge between Olivia and Jane or draw them closer again?

This is the first installment of Wendy Lawton's new Real TV series inspired by reality television programs on The Learning Channel, Style Network and BBC Television such as Fashion Emergency!, Date Patrol, What not to Wear and A Second Look. Recommended for ages 12 and up.

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