National Book Award nominee Beth Kephart's Undercover is a thoughtful and genuine tale of high school relationships. A poet and wallflower, sophomore Elisa ghostwrites love notes for boys at school. But trouble brews when she falls for Theo, who needs help with gorgeous and popular Lila. "Neatly balancing action and contemplation, Kephart offers a plethora of images, ideas about literature and even some well-known poems along with a plot that will speak to many teens."-Publishers Weekly
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"In this modern-day Cyrano tale, Elisa, a teenage misfit, ghostwrites ardent notes for lovelorn boys in her high school. As she struggles with rejection by her best friend and with family heartaches, she begins to experience an unexpected interest in Theo, a sensitive swain who has successfully captured the heart of the school's quintessential "mean girl," thanks to Elisa's romantic offerings. Jennifer Ikeda skillfully captures Elisa's questioning, wistfulness, and insecurity. As the story continues, the listener can hear Elisa's growing confidence and sense of self through Ikeda's perceptive characterization. This vivid novel takes on an enhanced dimension when read aloud. M.H.N. (c) AudioFile 2008, Portland, Maine"
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