Robin Brande’s Fat Cat is today’s featured book.
Recommended for ages 12-17, Fat Cat is about a young girl named Cat. Cat isn’t exactly the skinniest girl on the block. Well, at least until she decides to perform a science experiment. Soon, with her scientific success, plus her efforts of eating healthier and walking everywhere, the pounds begin to fly off. Cat finds herself the focus of every boy who sees her. Every boy, except for the one that broke her heart.
Cat doesn’t even notice the gazes from the other boys, because she is still not over Matt McKinney. Cat focuses all her attention and efforts on avenging her broker heart. She might even turn him into her next science experiment. Will Cat be able to lick her emotional wounds before she turns into a teenage mad scientist?
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