Don't Judge a Girl by Her Cover (Japanese Edition)

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When Cammie “The Chameleon” Morgan visits her roommate Macey in Boston, she thinks she’s in for an exciting end to her summer break. After all, she’s there to watch Macey’s father accept the nomination for vice president of the United States. But when you go to the world’s best school (for spies), “exciting” and “deadly” are never far apart. Cammie and Macey soon find themselves trapped in a kidnappers’ plot, with only their espionage skills to save them.

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Don't Judge a Girl by Her Cover (Gallagher Girls Series #3)

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Overview


When Cammie “The Chameleon” Morgan visits her roommate Macey in Boston, she thinks she’s in for an exciting end to her summer break. After all, she’s there to watch Macey’s father accept the nomination for vice president of the United States. But when you go to the world’s best school (for spies), “exciting” and “deadly” are never far apart. Cammie and Macey soon find themselves trapped in a kidnappers’ plot, with only their espionage skills to save them.

As her junior year begins, Cammie can’t shake the memory of what happened in Boston, and even the Gallagher Academy for Exceptional Young Women doesn’t feel like the safe haven it once did. Shocking secrets and old flames seem to lurk around every one of the mansion’s corners as Cammie and her friends struggle to answer the questions, Who is after Macey? And how can the Gallagher Girls keep her safe?

Soon Cammie is joining Bex and Liz as Macey’s private security team on the campaign trail. The girls must use their spy training at every turn as the stakes are raised, and Cammie gets closer and closer to the shocking truth….

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Editorial Reviews

Children's Literature - Jeanna Sciarrotta
Cammie Morgan and her best friend Macy cannot seem to get a break, even if it is summer and school is closed. She and her friends go to the top secret Gallagher Academy for Exceptional Young Women, where young girls are trained to excel at spy tactics and undercover operations. While in Boston, campaigning with her father for the upcoming presidential elections, Macy and the presidential candidate's son are attacked by highly trained professionals, who do not seem surprised in the least at the girls' uncanny ability to fend them off and fight on their own level. It seems that the girls' training may not be as top secret as they had hoped, and Cammie is determined to protect her best friend as well as the school that she loves, no matter what rules she has to break in order to do so. In yet another fun and upbeat adventure, the Gallagher girls prove once again that they are up for anything. Ally Carter's light and engaging writing style will appeal to many young female readers looking for an adventure story about girls who are not afraid to fight their own battles. Both parents and teachers will rejoice in a teen novel that revels in adventure with just a hint of romance that younger female readers will be able to enjoy. Look for another book in the series coming soon! Reviewer: Jeanna Sciarrotta
VOYA - Stacey Hayman
Macey's father is accepting the vice presidential nomination for his party, and her friend Cammie is invited to the celebration. After prepping for the official announcement, both girls and Preston Winters, the presidential nominee's teenage son, head to the next item on their schedule. Arriving on the rooftop, Cammie realizes that something is not right a split second before they are ambushed. Cammie gets Preston to safety but Macey's arm is broken, and Cammie suffers a head injury after pulling Macey into an air shaft. Waking up in Mr. Solomon's safe house the next day, Cammie is certain that their attackers meant business. Cammie and her friends are determined to protect Macey no matter what, and they are willing to break all of the rules if necessary. While in disguise, Cammie spots Zach talking with Mr. Solomon, leaving her to wonder if she really understands what is going on. Can the friends find and then fight their enemies if they are not sure who is on which side? The joy of reading the newest Gallagher Girl adventure is offset only by another mysterious, cliffhanger ending. These girls remain the most awesome, kick-butt teens ever, but now readers are also getting a glimpse at what makes them vulnerable. Cammie's family story, both past and present, is deepened with the appearance of her Aunt as Macey's personal Secret Service Agent. A few more tidbits about Zach's story are thrown in to keep Cammie—and the reader—guessing. This reviewer loves the series, enjoyed this book, and is struggling to wait for the next one. Reviewer: Stacey Hayman
School Library Journal
Gr 7–10—Move over Nancy Drew! Cameron Morgan attends a secret spy school for girls, Gallagher Academy, which has been training female spies since the Civil War. During summer vacation, Cammie goes to Boston to see her best friend Macey, whose father will be accepting a vice presidential nomination. When three masked figures drop out of a helicopter and attempt to kidnap Macey, Cammie and her friend fight off the attackers and barely escape alive. They go back in school to begin their junior year, but no longer feel safe. Cammie is determined to figure out who is after Macey, so she teams up with their other two roommates to solve the mystery. Ally Carter's third book (Hyperion, 2009) in the Gallager Girls series is read by Renee Raudman who creates recognizable voices for all of the characters. Although her southern accent is a little over the top, her British accent is spot-on. Fans of the series will enjoy this audibook and eagerly await the next title.—Samantha Larsen, West Jordan Library, UT
The Barnes & Noble Review

Like everyone in the world, I remember adolescence clearly -- and mostly with horror. It’s not the moments of humiliation that haunt me in the middle of the night, but piercing memories of mistakes I made: errors in judgment, ethical missteps, selfish unkindness. I could have been a case study for research proving that adolescent brain development (or the lack thereof) leads to reckless, foolish decisions. So when I decided to read all the 2009 finalist entries in the Young Adult (YA) category for the RITA, romance’s most prestigious prize, I was curious about how realistic they would be. Would these six heroines engage in anything that I -- or at least my memories of myself -- would recognize?

They do. In fact, all of these novels do a brilliant job depicting a young adult’s scrambled thinking and -- even better -- the first sign of the maturity that scientists promise will eventually occur. Here, the road to love is littered with risk-taking behavior.

In three of these stories, the heroines not only make excruciatingly bad decisions, but the consequences of their actions are front and center to the plot -- and those consequences range from humiliation to gunshot wounds. The heroine of Tina Ferraro’s The ABC’s of Kissing Boys doesn’t make it to the varsity soccer team. So Parker comes up with a desperate plan to get on the team that involves paying for a kiss, tricking her way onto the team and…making a fool of herself. Ouch! The mistakes similarly pile up in Lauren Strasnick’s Nothing Like You; the heroine here is sleeping with a popular guy in secret, while she makes friends with his long-time girlfriend. Can you spell Disaster? Neither of these novels flinch from putting their heroines in really dreadful, self-induced situations. I couldn’t stop reading; fascinated horror kept me turning the pages. Ally Carter's Don't Judge a Girl by her Cover showcases a different -- if no less immature -- aspect of the teenage brain. Cammie Morgan is a spy, attending one of the world’s best high schools for that business. At least she’s conscious of what she’s doing wrong: “Did I know it was against the rules? Yes. Did I think it was foolish? Absolutely.” But (sigh) she goes right ahead and does whatever she wants.

If you happen to be a young adult yourself, or you know a young lady who might be interested, you can’t do better than buy these books. As the mother of a tween, I know how hard it can be to find YA books that appeal to a young girl and don’t horrify the woman with a credit card in hand. Far too many books aimed at this age group are little more than candy floss tales of conspicuous consumption. These novels will satisfy both of you.

--Eloisa James

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9784652079560
  • Publisher: Rironsha/Tsai Fong Books
  • Publication date: 9/28/2009
  • Language: Japanese
  • Series: Gallagher Girls Series , #3
  • Edition description: Japanese-language Edition
  • Pages: 385
  • Age range: 12 - 17 Years
  • Product dimensions: 5.10 (w) x 7.30 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Ally Carter

Even though Ally Carter is the author of the popular Gallagher Girls series, she has never told anyone she loved them and then had to kill them. She does, however, frequently cross her heart and hope to spy.

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