How To Rock Braces and Glasses

How To Rock Braces and GlassesSuper popular Kacey Simon is at the top of the food chain in high school, friends with the prettiest girls and with her very own show on the morning news, giving “advice” to those who need it. She tells the cold, hard truth, and no one really likes her for it, as she has never learned to hold her tongue. Everything changes when she gets braces and (temporary) glasses. She goes straight down to the bottom of the food chain, and her so-called “friends” want revenge.

I really enjoyed this book because it was from the point of view of a stereotypical mean girl. This really provided a new way to look at the story as she tries to get back to the top.  [Bill Cipher /?]

7 thoughts on “How To Rock Braces and Glasses

  1. Kacey Simon, the most popular girl, has it all. She has the lead, a super cute, soon-to-be boyfriend, and friends by her side. But everything changes when she gets braces and glasses. I absolutely loved this book! It’s so dramatic and just kind of silly. Here I was, reading this book, when I’ve got braces and glasses myself! It’s weird because lots of people do. It would not be a tragedy here at my school. This book was so interesting and cute! Kacey had clever ways of making it back to the top.

  2. Kacey Simon is the most popular girl in the 7th grade. Every morning, she broadcasts her special segment, “Simon Says,” on the school news. In the afternoon, she attends play practice and plays one of the main characters, along with her crush, Quinn Wilder. Basically, Kacey lives the perfect seventh grade life until her eyes start malfunctioning. She gets into an accident with a disco ball at the party of her best friend, Molly. Kacey, after the disco ball incident, finds herself with glasses, braces, and an absolutely DISGUSTING lisp. Kacey’s popularity level immediately drops from “popular girl” to “complete loser” when her three best friends turn on her, along with her crush. Kacey discovers a way to bring back her popularity level, but it’s extremely risky. It involves Kacey associating with some of the dorkiest people she has ever met. With one little slip with this plan, Kacey’s social life could go down the drain.

    This is an excellent book for anyone who’s a fan of “The Clique” and who likes to read books about popularity and gossiping. This was a fantastic book! Even though not much happened in the beginning of the story, it still kept my eyes locked on the words in the book.

  3. I really loved the show for this book, but I think the book was better. I think this book is mostly about not listening to what people think about you and following your dreams.

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