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McCahan, Erin.

New York: Dial Books, 2014
ISBN 0803740514

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Josie is a genius who studies languages in her college classes, which she takes while still in high school, but she often struggles to understand other people and whether they mean what they say. Josie begins the question to meaning of love when her favorite sister, Kate, becomes engaged to a man Josie finds really annoying. The battles begin between the two sisters. Josie “accidentally” dumps spaghetti into Geoff’s lap, and Kate blackmails Josie with stolen journal pages.  Josie tries to convince Kate that Geoff is all wrong for her and Kate tries to convince Josie to come around to her way of thinking. Then Josie’s own love life gets really complicated. You will fall in love with quirky Josie and this laugh-out-loud book. (Oklahoma Sequoyah Award, 2017)

SUBJECTS:     Best friends -- Fiction. 

Friendship -- Fiction. 

Interpersonal communication -- Fiction. 

Love -- Fiction. 

Love stories. 

Sisters -- Fiction.

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