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Overview

When Lily's internship at the Museum of Modern Art falls through, she thinks her summer is ruined. Then her dad hooks her up with a oncein- a-lifetime chance to intern for Sabrina Snow—sixteen-year-old Hollywood starlet and the girl of the moment. From the pages of Party Weekly magazine, Sabrina's life looks like a nonstop merry-go-round of glamorous parties, red-carpet events, and designer clothes. But Lily soon learns that being Sabrina and being Sabrina's intern are two very different things.

This first novel from the daughter of noted young adult author and Pulitzer Prize—winning playwright Paul Zindel is funny, smart, and sassy.

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Publishers Weekly

Zindel, daughter of novelist and playwright Paul Zindel, pens an entertaining first novel about a New York City teen who, the summer before her senior year, interns for spoiled 16-year-old star Sabrina Snow. Though readers may find it hard to believe that Lily is not fired during her "test" (she loses control of Sabrina's dog at a movie premiere and the next workday lets an imposter into the actress's press junket), they will understand why Lily gets caught up in Sabrina's world, vicariously experiencing the glamorous parties, free jewelry and very cute boyfriend. (Of course, Lily must also answer fan mail, fetch Sabrina's lunch and prepare her expenses.) Zindel creates a complicated character in Sabrina: the actress often humiliates Lily, but she works hard for her career. Sabrina can also be vulnerable, such as when she ends up in the hospital and tells Lily she misses her estranged mother. She also inspires Lily to work hard for her (and gives her patronizing pep talks such as, "Concentrate on your own goals and charge toward them. Lily, I only want great things for you." The plotting here is predictable: Lily's efforts strain her relationships with her best friend and her father, and her decision to impersonate Sabrina in order to help a distraught fan ends in disaster. Nonetheless readers will breathlessly follow Lily to the satisfying conclusion, cheering when she finally finds the strength to stand down Sabrina and stand up for herself. Ages 12-up. (Apr.)Agency: Elaine Koster Agency.

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Children's Literature - Hazel Buys
When sixteen-year-old Lily Miles lands a summer internship with starlet Sabrina Snow, she figures that her life has skyrocketed to perfect. She is actually going to be paid to work up close and personal with the hottest female teenager in film. Lily is convinced that no task will be too difficult, no schedule too grueling, no request too intimate; there is no way she could mess this up. Yet, from her first taste of life in the glamour lane at the opening of Sabrina's movie, to the closing days of her summer job, Lily gets acquainted with much more than the razzle-dazzle of life in the public eye. The flip side of being famous, for Sabrina, is being used. Lily also discovers that the flip side of Sabrina always having to present her best side to the camera is that Sabrina is dismally self-absorbed. Lily's persistent efforts to rationalize the behaviors she witnesses, to find solid ground for her own values, and to satisfy her own inevitable longings for a taste of the sweet life, result in a rollercoaster ride on the coat tails of show business with sparks flying. Lily's comprehension of the compromises show business life can demand, and her refusal to make the same concessions that Sabrina has made, develop side-by-side as she stumbles forward, ultimately winning much more than she expected. This is a satisfying story of a coming-of-age experience in an unusually glamorous setting. The teen voices are well written and the high powered lifestyle pacing is convincing without being frantic. This book would make an interesting addition to a class about contemporary ethics or the sociology of American youth culture.
KLIATT - Myrna Marler
This novel is The Devil Wears Prada for teens. Normal, likeable, pretty, smart, 16-year-old Lily misses out on an opportunity for an internship at the Museum of Modern Art but somehow winds up as the personal assistant of 16-year-old Sabrina Snow, a Lindsey Lohan, Nicole Ritchie, Paris Hilton clone, or at least someone as apparently obsessed by her own fame, fortune, good looks and good times as that real-life, much-in-the-celebrity-news trio. The result is all too predictable. Lily learns lessons about the shallowness and bitchiness of the world of the rich and famous and emerges from her summer of slaving away for no appreciation and lots of humiliation sadder, wiser, and more self-assertive for the experience. Oh, and she makes a few new friends too. There are, apparently, some nice people associated with show business. Nevertheless, real life, including soccer camps and neglected best friends, is ever so much more satisfying. The publisher notes that the author "is the daughter of Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright" and, of course, noted young adult author Paul Zindel. The decision to publicize this connection may or may not have been in the author's hands, but it's one that invites comparisons, which in this case are unfortunate. But there's a certain narrative force that carries the reader along, and the message that real life is way better than life at the top could be a valuable one for girls who want to escape from heavier themes.
VOYA - Rebecca Moreland
Girl of the Moment is a quick read that is both predictable and juicy. The subject matter is enthralling and yet revolting. Those who expect more than scandalous entertainment from this book will be severely disappointed. Although it has plot twists and fairly well-developed characters, this book never delves deeply into their complicated lives and emotions, a needed step in taking the story to the next level of interest. The heart of the book never shines enough to become more than just the supporting actress.
VOYA - Jenny Ingram
Immersed in the competitive world of New York private schools, sixteen-year-old Lily Miles, hoping to better her chances for admission to Brown University, exchanges her usual soccer-camp summer for an internship with teen actress Sabrina Snow. Lily's middle-class existence leaves her unprepared for the fast pace of celebrity life, but she quickly learns to deal discreetly with other staff members, the press, Sabrina's outrageous demands, and her pampered dog-but not without frequent mishaps. As she becomes enmeshed in Sabrina's life, Lily's parents and friends begin to question Sabrina's influence, and Lily is torn between the glamour and privilege of celebrity existence and her own values, deciding at the end of the summer which lifestyle suits her best. Zindel fills her book with enough pop culture to keep readers engaged, and the action is ongoing. Although the story might initially appear superficial, it highlights some serious issues, including the sacrifices that young actors make in exchange for fame, the sexual nature of contemporary youth culture, problems with body image, and the value of education. Teens will identify with Lily's frustration at her overly sensible parents and with the nanve mistakes that she makes during her internship, cheering her on through it all.
School Library Journal

Gr 8-10
The summer before senior year, Lily is trying to boost her chances of getting into Brown. When her internship at the Museum of Modern Art falls through, she uses her dad's connections to become an assistant to Sabrina Snow, a Lindsay Lohan-ish celebrity. Predictably, Snow holds Lily to impossible expectations and rarely shows appreciation. Meanwhile, her noncelebrity boyfriend falls for Lily, who, despite genuine affection for him, rejects his advances because of her commitment to Sabrina. A side plot involving a letter from a desperate fan and Lily's efforts to help the tormented preteen takes center stage toward the end, helping Lily to realize what really counts. Like Lauren Weisberger's The Devil Wears Prada (Doubleday, 2003), this book attempts to give readers a glimpse into the secret lives of the rich and famous. More often, it falls prey to paragraphs overflowing with clichés, stilted dialogue, and poor characterization. Well into the book, readers lack key information about the narrator. Zindel fails to make her funny or interesting, so much so that she becomes a poor choice as a window into Sabrina's life. While the flashy cover will draw readers to this book, they will reluctantly trudge through the story, wishing they had a wittier guide at the helm.-Jennifer Barnes, Homewood Library, IL

Copyright 2006 Reed Business Information.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780142411049
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA)
  • Publication date: 3/13/2008
  • Edition description: Reprint
  • Pages: 288
  • Age range: 12 - 17 Years
  • Product dimensions: 5.52 (w) x 8.24 (h) x 0.78 (d)

Meet the Author

Lizabeth Zindel spent five years working in the film industry in Los Angeles, so she knows her topic intimately. Most recently, Ms. Zindel worked at Maverick Entertainment. She now lives in New York City.

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  • Posted January 12, 2012

    Check it out

    Girl of the Moment is about Lily a normal teenage girl who wants to get in the University of her Dreams but the only thing wrong is that she can’t get a internship. But when her luck takes an interesting twist when she is the intern of the “Girl of the moment” So will she survive the summer or will she fail? I like this book because it gives a peek into the life of an upcoming star. It is very good when it comes to the trials she has to go through to please a very demanding superstar. I would recommend this book to anyone who wants to know the life behind a teenage superstar.

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  • Posted October 19, 2011

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    Predictable but entertaining

    What first grabbed me was the cover art of this book. I know, I know, never judge a book by the cover..but the art was very adolescent looking....like it could have been drawn by the main character Lily in this book. This follows Lily, a bright young woman who is trying to better her chances to get into Brown university once she graduates high school in a year. She decides an internship will really help her out, but her dream job gets cancelled at the last minute forcing her to struggle to find something good to do with her summer. Enter her father, who with the help of a college buddy, get her the chance to interview for being the teen intern for Sabrina Snow, a teenage Hollywood starlet. Sabrina is in New York to do theatre and other projects and needs an intern during her time in the city.
    This is where it gets predictable: Sabrina is a very stuck up, self absorbed woman who gets what she wants, but never really seems to like what she gets. Lily is forced to go through so much trying to keep up with Sabrina and her manager, and Sabrina's hot as can be boyfriend. But when Lily tries to befriend a fan with serious problems at home, her fate takes a wrong turn and she is let go with a few days left in the internship. Its this act of trying to help a fan that struck me most. Lily tries to make this fan see that the bullying and taunting at school should not make her shrink away, but she should push back and show them she isn't shying away. I think it struck me because there is a big movement among teens right now to make bullying stop. This was written in 2007 and yet, its still a topic of discussion in 2011. Kinda sad. This book is still well written and you really do feel caught up in the tornado of Sabrina's existence, but I feel glad I am not in it.

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  • Posted July 12, 2009

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    Girl of the moment= #17 book of the moment list of 2008

    this book was all about a grl getting a job as an intern for a celebrity totally realistic riiight!? yessss this book was verry good anyone could and SHOULD read this book i just got it at this discount bookstore totally worth the money. Reading is good for the mind so choose this one to strengthen ur brain on monday night lolll even a good beach read.

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  • Posted July 7, 2009

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    The best

    This book is wonderful, You get the taste of what holywood is really like, the true emotions, the true feelings. Its just a hearty story andyone will like, the plot is beautiful and the ending is trulet amazing. Lizabth Zindel has done it!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 16, 2009

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    The greatest book ever

    This book is phenominal. It's about a girl who had many difficulities in pampering a stuck up pop star, while she does that she finds a seprating between her best friend, a maybe true love,a promise with a child, and many ups and downs with Sabrina(The star). The way the main character sloves her problem is so interesting. You can see the pain she sufferes, and the ending is like-WHOA! It's unbeliveable. If this review does not interest you, jus read the book. Get up to the part she meets sabrina, then you will love it.<BR/>-A girl who loves books

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  • Posted October 30, 2008

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    Reviewed by Dianna Geers for TeensReadToo.com

    Lily gave up her regular summer of soccer camp. Her final summer before her senior year. Why would she do that? Well, if she wanted to get into her college of choice, Brown University, she seriously needed an internship to make her stand out in her college applications. <BR/><BR/>Lily has an internship lined up at a Manhattan art museum and it will look fabulous when she applies. Except it falls through. No soccer camp (which is where her best friend and potential boyfriend are) and no internship. No Brown University. <BR/><BR/>Well, connections come through and she ends up being an intern for "Sabrina Snow." (She can't tell readers the real identity of this famous teenage star so we have to imagine her as someone like Lindsay Lohan or Paris Hilton). Lily's luck seems to be in her favor. She gets to hang out with this famous teenager, go to super parties, and shop at exclusive stores. But it isn't that easy. Sabrina's manager wants Lily to call him if Sabrina's behavior is negative, harmful, or questionable. Sabrina wants Lily to assist her with everything and to not get in her way. What's a girl to do? <BR/><BR/>Lily learns a great deal about Sabrina, celebrity life, and herself. This is a fun book by new author, Lizabeth Zindel. It's full of dramedy, pop culture, and provides an insider look into a world that seems so glamorous. Or is the grass just greener? Read GIRL OF THE MOMENT to find out.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 5, 2008

    I really liked this book!

    As the title says, I really liked this book. The main character had a certain amount of depth to her, and it doesn't end in the way that is expected. The only problem that I can detect is that some of the characters are slightly one- sided. I highly recommend this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 15, 2008

    luved it

    i luved it. i mean the main character was kinda dorky and hopeless, but i luv the ending. anyone that really has taste in books, would luv this. and i wouldn't be able to put it down.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 9, 2008

    Lily's Life Rocks!

    I know that I should have written this review ages ago, but whatever. I didn't get to it, so I'm gonna do it now. All right, here goes nothing: I LOVED THIS BOOK! Exactly eight months and ten days ago, I read this book and fell immediately in love with it. I picked it up at BookHampton in East Hampton, thinking it was going to be a really bad, cheesy book, but I picked it up, and totally enjoyed it. I finished all 283 pages in exactly 1 hour, eight minutes, and 43.7 seconds. I know it's weird, but I like to record how long it takes me to read books. Anyway, I thought the book was extremely funny and entertaining. Lizabeth Zindel's writing technique is really quite amazing, making herr my ALL-TIME FAVORITE AUTHOR EVER! I am also lucky enough to attend an awesome school, and we actually had Lizabeth Zindel visit us during our annual book fair. In fact, she met us, and some of us got to speak with her. She even signed my book, 'What a fabulous name you have!' since the name of her protagonist is Lily. Overall, it was an amazing experience, meeting my favorite author, and I will never forget how nice Lizabeth Zindel really is!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 6, 2008

    WOW

    at first, i didn't think i would like this book at all, (i got it for a bday gift). boy, was i wrong. this book is probably one of the best books i have EVER read, and believe me, i've read A LOT of books. anyone who wants a good read,wants to laugh,and have the time of their life, read this book NOW

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 29, 2008

    Great Read!!!!!!

    I am an avid reader and loved Girl of the Moment. I could really relate to the characters and I totally recommend to anyone! It was one of the best books I ever read!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 2, 2008

    A reviewer

    The book was a great book from the beginning to the end... I hope a sequel comes soon.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 3, 2007

    omg

    i'm the type of girl who hates to read but a read this book in 5 days.thats amazeing for me

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 3, 2007

    disappointing...

    I didn't really like this book that much. I thought it was going to be really good, but the storyline is thin, and not completely believable. It really annoyed me in the end when Lily wouldn't give Sabrina the tickets and just drove off with them... that was stupid.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 16, 2007

    I really enjoyed it!!!

    I love the characters. They remind me so much of my own friends and how they talk to each other. It also has inspired me to search out an internship for next summer! I hope there's a sequel. I read the book in two days 'cause it was hard to put down.

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    Posted October 22, 2007

    Courtesy of Teens Read Too

    Lily gave up her regular summer of soccer camp. Her final summer before her senior year. Why would she do that? Well, if she wanted to get into her college of choice, Brown University, she seriously needed an internship to make her stand out in her college applications. Lily has an internship lined up at a Manhattan art museum and it will look fabulous when she applies. Except it falls through. No soccer camp (which is where her best friend and potential boyfriend are) and no internship. No Brown University. Well, connections come through and she ends up being an intern for ¿Sabrina Snow.' (She can¿t tell readers the real identity of this famous teenage star so we have to imagine her as someone like Lindsay Lohan or Paris Hilton). Lily¿s luck seems to be in her favor. She gets to hang out with this famous teenager, go to super parties, and shop at exclusive stores. But it isn¿t that easy. Sabrina¿s manager wants Lily to call him if Sabrina¿s behavior is negative, harmful, or questionable. Sabrina wants Lily to assist her with everything and to not get in her way. What¿s a girl to do? Lily learns a great deal about Sabrina, celebrity life, and herself. This is a fun book by new author, Lizabeth Zindel. It¿s full of dramedy, pop culture, and provides an insider look into a world that seems so glamorous. Or is the grass just greener? Read GIRL OF THE MOMENT to find out. **Reviewed by: Dianna Geers

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 2, 2007

    Fantastic!!

    One look at this book, and you would think that it is another one of those shallow, girl magically becomes a celeb book. But it isn't. Lily, the main character, is really a fantastic role model. I love how she cares for others around her, and sees the faults in the starlet she's interning for. This book displays how Hollywood isn't all it's cracked up to be, and that whatever you want, you can't have.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 11, 2007

    LOVED IT!

    I loved this book! i dont know why but there was something about it that made me want more! i hope there is a second book comeing out!

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