Geek Girl #3: Picture Perfect

The book to be seen with. Props to this misfit model. She’s turned being a geek into this season’s hottest look. First there was Gossip Girl. Now there’s Geek Girl: a brainiac turned catwalk model. She’s our kind of bezzie: beautiful, smart and funny. And now she’s off to New York. The Big Apple. She knows all the facts. But what does she know about modelling there? Or living Stateside? Or romantic gestures not from your actual boyfriend? Errr… zilch. Poor Harriet. She’ll never quite fit in. But who needs normal? We worship her geek-chic style.

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  • loved it

    I LOVED this book!!!! I only have to read all that glitters and then I have completed the Geek Girl series. I only started to enjoy reading when I read the first Geek Girl Holly Smale is a very talented writer!!!!

    25 September 2015

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    I feel like I can kind of relate to Harriet in some way; I am the one in my group of friends who knows more than the others and can sometimes get picked on because of it just like Harriet gets picked on by Alexa. This book is also very interesting and I feel like I can learn lots from it, e.g more complex vocabulary. It can also teach me what others may feel like in a certain situation and can teach others that too. Within this mix there is also some comedy and it can be quite funny in places and it is just the perfect mix for somebody like me who think of everything in an overly complex way.

    2 August 2015

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    This book is soooooo God don’t know where I’m up to but amazing

    1 July 2015

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    i want to read this. but we have to give money right i am yearning to have it!

    12 April 2015

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    Holly Smale

    Holly Smale is the author of the incredibly funny Geek Girl books starring our favourite smart and funny braniac turned model Harriet Manners.


    Holly Smale has won the Waterstones Children’s Book Prize (Older Fiction) and the 11-14 category of the Leeds Book Award for Geek Girl.

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