|Year of Publication||1998|
|Authors||Choyce, Lesley, and Mark Thurman|
|Series Title||First novels: The new series 8|
|ISBN Number||0887804640 (pbk.)|
|Descriptors||Chapter Book; English Language; Friendship; Identity; Nova Scotia; Novel; School|
When Gregory moves away, Carrie no longer finds rollerblading quite so much fun. At school, the popular kids make fun of her and her bookish friend Laura, so Carrie changes herself in an attempt to fit in. Carrie alienates all of her friends with her behaviour, but when Giselle, the most popular girl in school, spreads vicious rumours about her, Carrie learns what matters to her the most. This illustrated chapter book by Nova Scotia author Lesley Choyce was published in Nova Scotia and is the second book about Carrie.
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Choyce’s “Carrie” series follows the conflicts and adventures of a young girl named Carrie. In Carrie’s Crowd, Carrie attempts to transform herself into a “popular” girl by mimicking “cool” behaviour, but learns such decisions have consequences. Eventually, Carrie learns to appreciate her uniqueness and regains the trust of her true friends.