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Author: Stephanie Kate Strohm Narrator: Sisi Aisha Johnson Publisher: Scholastic Inc Audio Length: Release Date: September 2017 Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download ISBN: 9781338191455

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After a scheduling mishap occurs, one student tracks how her high school’s homecoming game, the academic battle, and class election all ended up on the same day with hilarious results! Angelica Marie Hutcherson only agreed to write 250 words on the Academic Battle for the Homecoming Edition of the school’s newspaper because the editor won’t accept any of her other stories. But as Angelica starts to do her research, she comes to a startling realization: The Academic Battle, the Homecoming game, and the class election have all accidentally been scheduled on the same day and it’s too late to do anything about it! Many of the students are supposed to be at more than one of those events at the same time. Angelica decides to interview her classmates, teachers, and even rivals to document just how this all came to be, and how it will play out in the end. Could this have been more than accident all along . . . ?

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About the Author

Stephanie Kate Strohm is the author of Pilgrims Don’t Wear Pink, Confederates Don’t Wear Couture, and The Taming of the Drew. She graduated from Middlebury College with a dual degree in theater and history and has acted her way around the United States, performing in more than twenty-five states. She currently lives in Chicago with her fiancé and a dog named Lorelei Lee

About the Narrator

Sisi Johnson is “a storyteller for a storyteller’s story.” From folksy to urban, her warm blend of bite and sweetness wrapped in an accessible narration style sets the right tone in such award winning books as Francie and Feathers, and notable books like Romiette & Julio, for which she received the AudioFile Earphones Award, and Dr. Mr. President: Letter from a Slave Girl, for which she was selected to be an Audie Award finalist. A long time resident of New York City, she now resides in Los Angeles and happily travels between the two amazing metropolises.