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Models Don't Eat Chocolate Cookies Thirteen year old Celeste Harris is no string bean, but comfy sweatpants and a daily chocolate cookie suit her just fine Her under the radar lifestyle could have continued too, if her aunt hadn t entered her in the HuskyPeach Modeling Challenge To get out of it, she s forced to launch Operation Skinny Celeste because, after all, a thin girl can t be a fat model What Celeste never imagined was that losing weight would help her gain a backbone or that all she needed to shine was a spotlight A hilarious debut featuring friendship, family, mean girls and even celebrity crushes, Celeste s story is a delicious treat that doesn t add a pound


10 thoughts on “Models Don't Eat Chocolate Cookies

  1. says:

    While reading this book it reminded me how tough the middle school years can be You practically remember the smells of insecurity, and since I was a chubby girl myself at those times I could relate to our main character Celeste I could feel her pain when she talked about the dreaded one mile run So glad that s over.Well, the story begins with Celeste


  2. says:

    Models Don t Eat Chocolate Cookies was hilarious Celeste was my everything I m sure if I was a die hard oreo fan I d be in that pageant right beside her Screw the people at her school for making fun of her just because of her weight Kids are cruel Okay so this pageant if for plus size models and since she is already made fun of constantly by classmates she


  3. says:

    Probably just what I needed right about now Eighth grader Celeste, an overweight girl with a love for Oreos, is entered into a plus size model beauty pageant Miss HuskyPeach by her aunt She s already made fun of a lot in school, and if anyone found out she was a fat model it would be the end of life as she knows it after all she is in middle school remember those


  4. says:

    This is one SOLID book I loved it 5 stars, hands down I want to own it, and I will not only allow my girls to read it when they approach Jr High age, but I will hand it to them to read As far as technical writing goes this is a tight story There is no useless information, no fluff It s often funny, but the humor is seemless within the plot and very natural The author c


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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I really l this book is probably below my level but I still thought it was really good It is about a girl who is named Celeste and she is kind of overweight and she gets bullied a lot a school When her aunt signs her up for a modeling competition for husky peaches larger girls she is torn and sta


  6. says:

    I began reading this book with excitement Unfortunately, the excitement didn t last long.As someone who has struggled with a wide range of food issues from starving myself, to binge eating, to emotional eating for my entire teenage and adult life I was hoping this book would serve as somewhat of an inspiration view spoiler The main character, Celeste, is overweight This is pointed


  7. says:

    I haven t read a YA novel since I WAS a young adult, so it s a bit hard for me to judge its quality as I have nothing to compare this to But Erin is a fellow graduate of my MFA program at Emerson College so I had to snatch the book up the week it appeared in paperback.The story started a bit slow, but once we went to round one of the Husky Peach modeling contest, the one she is determin


  8. says:

    Read as Celeste not only learns to lose weight but learns to stand up for herself and becomeoutgoing A fun, fast read.


  9. says:

    Celeste has body image issues, but its no surprise considering she cops it everywhere she goes At school the kids constantly taunt her about her body and at home she s in the shadow of her two cousins who are so beautiful that they re model material literally Her cousin Kathleen has been entering herself in beauty pageants for ages now, and Kirsten is a supreme athlete Celeste is well, Celeste is j


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    One of the things I love most about Erin Dionne s books is that she really gets what it is like to be a bullied teen She understands what it means to be different and uses that to create memorable characters in realistic situations Her ways of dealing with bullies are ideas teens can use in their own lives once they muster the courage Celeste loves Oreos and Twinkies She would rather eat potatoes than ot


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