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Chloe by Design

Design Diva

When Chloe finds out a teen version of her favorite fashion-design reality show is holding auditions in her town she's thrilled — but also nervous. She's always loved fashion and design, but taking her talent to TV is beyond intimidating. To make matters worse, a school nemesis is also planning to audition and is determined to win. With all the pressure, Chloe can't help but wonder if she has what it takes to make the cut.  

GenreRealistic Fiction
Reading LevelGrades 5-8
Interest LevelGrades 5-8
Lexile Level800L
ATOS Level4.9
AR Points2
AR Quiz #167333
Text TypeLiterature: Narrative
PublisherStone Arch Books
BrandChloe by Design
Page Dimensions5 1/2" x 8 1/4"
Page Count96
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VOYA - Mary Ann Darby

"This is an enjoyable series that is made more compelling by the terrific illustrations by Brooke Hagel. As Chloe’s designs and the designs of her competitors emerge, the colored sketches evolve along with the design ideas. Chloe is a likable character, and the backup cast includes a loyal best friend, a sneaky nemesis, and a love interest. . . .Middle school and junior high fashionistas will love this series." - VOYA

December 1, 2014

Margaret Gurevich

Margaret Gurevich

Margaret Gurevich has wanted to be a writer since second grade and loves writing for kids of all ages. She has written for many magazines including Girls' Life, SELF, and Ladies' Home Journal. Her first YA novel, Inconvenient, was a Sydney Taylor Notable Book for Teens, and her second novel, Pieces of Us, garnered positive reviews from Kirkus, Voya, and Publishers Weekly, which called it "painfully believable." When not writing, Margaret enjoys hiking, cooking, reading, watching too much television, and spending time with her husband and son.

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