Katani & Maeve head to New York City to experience a teen fashion show. Meanwhile, back in Boston, the seventh-grade class heads to the Museum of Fine Arts to explore that Egyptian mummies. Katani and Maeve learn the hard way that fashion is all about self-expression and being true to one's self.
Jamaican breezes are calling, and one hardworking BSG definitely deserves a getaway! But Katani's Caribbean dream trip may not be all soft sand and warm surf. When Grandma Ruby learns that the family's famous banana bread bakery is in serious danger, Katani's business savvy is put to the ultimate test. Spooky stories, dolphins, horseback rides on the beach, a mysterious old lady, and a lost heirloom add up to plenty of colorful island adventure for Katani and her family.
A famous Hollywood director comes to the Brookline Movie House to run a special New York Film Academy film camp, and Maeve couldn't be more excited - especially when she finds out this director is bringing her dreamy actor son! But Maeve's quest for the spotlight is interrupted by Madeline, the beautiful, talented, and ultra-rich daughter of the famous Krupcake King. She wants to star in the movie, too.
The BSG can't believe their luck. . . . Mr. Ramsey has to travel out West for research, and he's taking all the BSG on a trip to a real Montana dude ranch. Skiing, snowboarding, cowboys, wild animals, celebrities. . . it s the recipe for an amazing adventure! During a raging snowstorm, some of the BSG get stranded in a ghost town, where they unfold a mystery about the town's sole resident. Will the girls reunite before everyone gets totally creeped out?
Isabel can't believe what's happening to her... the IM gossip chain has gotten way out of control, and she's the target. Mean messages and whispering classmates are popping up in the strangest places -- including a certain Queen of Mean's away message. How did things get so out of control? Everybody says they're "just kidding," but it's not funny at all. Someone is poisoning Spirit Week with her twisted lies. Drama overload!
"Good advice for the future"
A family history project for school is giving the Beacon Street Girls a lot to think about -- especially Avery. She's got three families: her mother and brothers at home, her father in Colorado, and the birth mother she never really knew. But family is an uncomfortable subject for Maeve. Her parents have just separated, and she doesn't want to talk about it to anyone, not even her best friends in the world, the BSG.
Things are a little complicated for the Beacon Street Girls right now...Charlotte's dream is to be a writer. But she doesn't seem to care that The Abigail Adams Junior High opened its newspaper, The Sentinel, to seventh-grade writers. Why? Because she's got a heartbreaking secret and it involves moving...again! And just when Charlotte really needs her friends, they've got major problems of their own.
With love in the air on Beacon Street, the Beacon Street Girls and their friends must deal with who-likes-whom confusion. Will the girls get it all figured out before the big Valentine's Day dance? In a night filled with mix-ups, expectation, and excitement, see what happens in the latest installment of the Beacon Street Girls series.
Charlotte Ramsey is the new girl again. After causing the biggest cafeteria blunder in history, Charlotte's assigned lunch partners - the very stylish Katani, irrepressible Avery, and super-friendly Maeve - can't wait to dump her. Can it get any worse? Absolutely! Nobody is talking, and Katani wants out of the group. What a mess! Can the girls become true friends or will they remain worst enemies forever?
Can the Beacon Street Girls bring the house down at Abigail Adams Junior High's Talent Show? Or will the Queens of Mean steal the show? Maeve, Avery, Katani, Isabel, and Charlotte face their toughest challenges yet: saving the show, keeping the Movie House from going out of business, and dealing with an out-of-control soccer mom. On top of it all, Maeve's relationship with Dillon is shaky and Marty, the dog, has a crush on a mysterious pink poodle owned by the very interesting Ms. Razzberry Pink.
"Story is nice, but the reader is flat"
Avery here, comin' at you live from Colorado, home of my dad-and the first-ever Telluride Snurfer Snowboarding Competition! With mascot dog Marty at my side, I'm totally psyched to compete. But this trip is getting CRAAAZY. As in Crazie Kazie, the all-star boarder who wants to win as much as I do. The only thing crazier is her cat, Farkle...aka Franken-cat!
Meet the Beacon Street Girls...They're real, they're fun - they're just like you! Charlotte, Nick, and Chelsea's travel and adventure club has its first outing - a scavenger hunt on Cape Cod.
Charlotte returns in Paris to search for her long lost cat and to visit her best Parisian friend, Sophie. When a stolen Picasso sketch turns up in Charlotte's backpack, the BSG's bon voyage gifts become the detective tools for solving the mystery.
"Good for long trips to and from school!"
The halls of Abigail Adams Junior High are abuzz with excitement. Julie Faber passes out invitations to her Hawaiian-themed birthday bash, but not everyone makes the cut. The BSG must decide what to do when one of their own is labeled "too immature" to be invited to the party of the year.
The BSG are on an all-expenses-paid cruise to Hawaii, thanks to Dad's assignment! It's an amazing trip, complete with volcanoes, horseback riding, and snorkeling, but it hasn't all been smooth sailing. The BSG have always been such a great team, and we need all of us together now to help Isabel and me take care of our new secret friend. Here's a hint: He talks a lot and loves pineapple!
"I love BSG"
Big time adventure awaits the Beacon Street Girls and the rest of the seventh grade. The class is heading to Lake Rescue in New Hampshire for outdoor adventure. Will Nick's attention to Isabel make Charlotte wonder about her own feelings? And will the physical challenges of this outdoor adventure prove too much for one overweight seventh-grade girl?
Meet the Beacon Street Girls...They're real, they're fun - they're just like you! Who will be the next seventh grade class president at Abigail Adams Junior High? Can the Beacon Street Girls survive the growing tension between these two supercompetitive friends? And who's tearing down campaign posters and leaving mean notes about the candidates?
Everything about San Antonio is awesome (except for my annoying cousin Ricardo)! The Southwestern art is giving me all sorts of ideas for new drawings.But Elena has turned into Quincezilla! You would think no one has ever turned 15 before and it's like Iike I'm invisible. It's a good thing there's so much to see and do around here. And you won't believe what I discovered when my cousin and I got stranded in a cave during a thunder and lightning storm!
Marty is missing! When the Beacon Street Girls' beloved doggie mascot slips his collar and runs off, a nasty trick sends Avery, Charlotte, and Nick Montoya on a wild goose chase for the "little dude." A heartbroken Charlotte wonders, have the Queens of Mean gone too far this time?
Katani's favorite magazine, T-Biz!, is running a contest for young entrepreneurs, and she can't wait to surprise her family and the BSG with a prize-winning entry. With the deadline just a week away, major school projects due, and a promise to knit 20 scarves for a Think Pink! fund-raiser, Katani is running out of time.