American Fringe
American Fringe
American Fringe
Valerie Frankel
Spring has arrived, and everything's coming up roses. Not only is Adora Benet madly in love with Nate, she's landed her own teen advice column in he local paper. When her response to an anonymous letter-writer prompts a senator to run for president, Adora's column becomes the headlines. The media frenzy introduces Dora to the candidate's charming son, Toby, whose larger-than- life personality is distracting her from Nate, just when things are heating up. Despite her newfound celebrity, Adora the advice queen can't help her friends, Eli and Liza, patch things up. Maybe the cute barista at the local coffee shop can do his part by serving Eli a spring fling that will make her forget all her troubles...

Book Details


  • Fiction
  • Juvenile Fiction

Age Level: 

  • 12 and up
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Spring has arrived in Brooklyn, and everything's coming up roses. Adora Benet is madly in love with her boyfriend, Noel, and she's landed her own teen advice column in the local paper. Imagine her surprise when one of her articles makes her a national sensation! Adora wouldn't mind all the attention, except that the media frenzy and her unexpected crush on a new guy are suddenly distracting her from Noel. Unfortunately, she's also far too distracted to help out Eli and Liza, whose friendship has hit a rough spot.

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