Gorgeous by Paul Rudnick
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When Becky Randle's mother dies, she's whisked from her trailer park home to New York. There she meets Tom Kelly, the world's top designer, who presents Becky with an impossible offer: He'll design three dresses to transform the very average Becky into the most beautiful woman who ever lived.
"Starred Review. Rudnick casts a knowing eye on our obsession with fame, brand names, and royalty to create a feel-good story about getting what you want without letting beauty blind you to what's real. Ages 14up." - Publishers Weekly
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Paul Rudnick is a frequent contributer to the New Yorker and Entertainment Weekly, as well as an obie award-winning playwright, and the screenwriter for Addams Family Values and In & Out. this is his first young adult novel
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