How to Be Popular: When You're a Social Reject Like Me, Steph L.!

How to Be Popular When You re a Social Reject Like Me Steph L Steph Landry s been a high school pariah and the butt of every joke imaginable ever since she split her red Super Big Gulp all over It Girl Lauren Moffat s white DG mini skirt But now Steph s got a se

  • Title: How to Be Popular: When You're a Social Reject Like Me, Steph L.!
  • Author: Meg Cabot
  • ISBN: 9781405089784
  • Page: 277
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Steph Landry s been a high school pariah and the butt of every joke imaginable ever since she split her red Super Big Gulp all over It Girl Lauren Moffat s white DG mini skirt But now Steph s got a secret weapon an ancient book, How To Be Popular.

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    About “Meg Cabot

    • Meg Cabot

      Librarian note AKA Jenny Carroll 1 800 Where R You series , AKA Patricia Cabot historical romance novels.Meg Cabot was born on February 1, 1967, during the Chinese astrological year of the Fire Horse, a notoriously unlucky sign Fortunately she grew up in Bloomington, Indiana, where few people were aware of the stigma of being a fire horse at least until Meg became a teenager, when she flunked freshman Algebra twice, then decided to cut her own bangs After six years as an undergrad at Indiana University, Meg moved to New York City in the middle of a sanitation worker strike to pursue a career as an illustrator, at which she failed miserably, forcing her to turn to her favorite hobby writing novels for emotional succor She worked various jobs to pay the rent, including a decade long stint as the assistant manager of a 700 bed freshmen dormitory at NYU, a position she still occasionally misses She is now the author of nearly fifty books for both adults and teens, selling fifteen million copies worldwide, many of which have been 1 New York Times bestsellers, most notably The Princess Diaries series, which is currently being published in over 38 countries, and was made into two hit movies by Disney In addition, Meg wrote the Mediator and 1 800 Where R You series on which the television series, Missing, was based , two All American Girl books, Teen Idol, Avalon High, How to Be Popular, Pants on Fire, Jinx, a series of novels written entirely in email format Boy Next Door, Boy Meets Girl, and Every Boy s Got One , a mystery series Size 12 Is Not Fat Size 14 Is Not Fat Either Big Boned , and a chick lit series called Queen of Babble Meg is now writing a new children s series called Allie Finkle s Rules for Girls Her new paranormal series, Abandon, debuts in Summer of 2011 Meg currently divides her time between Key West, Indiana, and New York City with a primary cat one eyed Henrietta , various back up cats, and her husband, who doesn t know he married a fire horse Please don t tell him Series Airhead The Princess Diaries Mediator

    677 thoughts on “How to Be Popular: When You're a Social Reject Like Me, Steph L.!

    • Reviewed by Me for TeensReadTooIf you've ever heard the phrase "Way to pull a Steph Landry!," you wouldn't be alone. Pretty much everyone who attends Bloomville High in the heart of Greene County, Indiana, knows who Steph Landry is. Or, they at least know better than to ever, ever, ever do something that would have someone uttering the aforementioned phrase. Even kids under the age of five know what it means to "pull a Steph Landry." In that they know it means instant social doom. So what did th [...]


    • I swear I'll only give 3-star ratings (or lower) if I keep reading contemporary novels WHY AM I DOING THIS TO MYSELF?


    • Read more bookish goodness on my book blog: Cal's YA Reads5/5 freaking dang stars. I'm not going to write a full-blown review for this. Here's the run down: - I read this when I was 11/12. - I got it for my birthday and my friend who gave it to me said "my mum thought of you and thought it would be good for you" you GUYZZZZ I didn't EVER want to touch this book. This impacted me greatly during the incoming high school years-- I feel like I was more level headed about the fascination of popularit [...]


    • Main character Steph has to live down her social suicide of 5 years before- when she spilled red soda all over the most popular girl in school. Finding a book about popularity from the 1950s (it seems) she decides to follow the advice so she won't be such a "Steph" anymore.Filled with bitchy popular girls and their cliques, the hot quarterback and the rest of the usual cast of high school, How to be Popular is a cute teen lit book. We can see the ending coming in the first chapter, but the story [...]


    • Liked this book. Didn't love it, but did like it. It's a cute young adult book about popularity and how to reach it. The advice is actually pretty good, and the paths the heroine takes are entertaining.


    • OMG!!!! I just really have to say that this book is completely amazing. Meg Cabot sums up every girl's (or maybeum, boys?) dreams of being popular-and the real reality. It is pretty hard to make normal school life sound interesting unless you're writing something paranormal, like angels, vampires or the like (trust me, I've seen almost all of the variations you can possibly get.). "Crazytop" (courtesy of Jason, here) aka Steph Landry is known for the saying, "way to pull a Steph Landry,". That's [...]


    • To see full review click here.Meg Cabot was like one of my role models growing up. Which is a pretty difficult tasks to do considering the other woman on that list (note to self: one day publish said list on my blog). However, as extraordinary as some of her books are, there are some that aren’t so good.And now that I’m older and more cynical (thanks to reading five thousand YA books-well, probably less than that but it feels like that much) and the market has grown,well, this book really su [...]


    • I think this is a great book for every person to read, no matter what your age. The story is focused on Stephanie Landry wanting to be part of the popular crowd mainly because she’s in love with quarterback Mark Finley, the most popular student at Steph’s school. It doesn’t take long for Steph, an ordinary girl, to take matters into her hands and with the help of a book on how to be popular which she got in a box of old books from her best friend Jason’s grandmother, and some money she b [...]


    • I actually read this a few months ago and promptly forgot everything about it. How To Be Popular is a standard, disposable piece of YA fluff. It’s simple, it’s quick, and overall, it’s enjoyable if you have no expectations of reading something fantastic (or even memorable, in this case).How To Be Popular is about Steph Landry, an average, yet lovable highschooler in a small town. Although she is far from friendless, she is not at all popular, mostly due to an embarrassing junior high schoo [...]


    • Steph Landry wants to be like:I was fairly annoyed at times when it Steph was like "OMG gotta be popular!"Gah shut UP! It means nothing! Thank goodness she got over it and realized what was reallyimportant was staring her in the face almost literally her entire lifeJason!I don't have much to say about this. It was really short and there was definitely something missing and I can't quite put my finger on it. It's just that unsatisfied feeling you get when you finish a book but you don't really kn [...]



    • Unterhaltsamer Teenie-ChickLit. Vom ersten Kapitel an ist offensichtlich, wie die Geschichte endet, aber der Weg ist unterhaltend allemal. Und die Popularity Seiteneinschübe sind cool gemacht.



    • completamente hollywoodiano, tipo filme americano sobre adolescente que faz makeover, mas fofinho assim mesmo.


    • Buy this book HERE on or buy this book HERE on BookDepository with FREE WORLDWIDE SHIIPPING3.5 of 5 stars (Please read my rating system further below).How to Be Popular was the first book by Meg Cabot that I ever read. I thought it was very cute and fast paced. The characters!; Oh how I loved them! Meg Cabot adds such quirky and lovable traits to all of her characters (Steph, Jason, and the Grandpa especially), and I definitely became emotionally attached to a majority of them. I also really li [...]


    • Meg Cabot’s How To Be Popular was a butt kicking great. She gives a theme to every book she writes. This is why I love Cabot’s writing style. I can also relate to the characters in the story somewhat. Thats why this book was great This book has shown me a great theme. Popularity is a piece of crap. Well, really popularity is the easiest thing to gain but hardest to hold. What they saying is that popularity has it”s snares and no benefit for them. So this book showed me that people will acc [...]


    • 2.5 stars, but rounding up since I really liked Jason & becca. & fond childhood memories. My preteen self really enjoyed this book way back when, so I'm sure other Tweens would probably enjoy it. Plus, the whole thing reminds me of "mean girls" one of the few comedy movies I actually like. There is one major flaw with the book though. & that is Stephanie Landry, our protagonist. She is a judgmental bitch. Maybe not quite as bad as Zoey Redbirds, but still plenty enough of an ass to d [...]


    • Well it would be one less star if it wasn't for Jason. A guy like him deserves 1 whole star.How To be Popular is about a girl named Steph. She's a social reject. She has been since she spilt red Super Big Gulp over Lauren whose the MOST popular girl in school. And Lauren has never forgotten about that incident EVER! But this year Steph is making sure she joins the A-Crowd. She has a plan and her secret weapon is a book called How TO be Popular. She uses this book is help her become popular (I ha [...]


    • This was so much fun!! Steph was hilarious and I couldn't stop laughing. She was so much fun. Jason was adorable and funny and cute and protective and clearly jealous and just the best friend you could ask for! Lauren was a royal jerk and awesome. Becca was sweet and misunderstood. Mark was interesting. I don't know about him. Darlene and Alyssa were developing characters and fun. Definitely loved this book!


    • No hay mucho que decir del libro, la historia es súper predecible y los personajes no podrían ser mas planos. La actitud de los protagonistas a veces me resultó incluso más estúpida de lo que podría uno dejar pasar justificando la adolescencia y las hormonas (aunque de por sí me parece una mala excusa siempre). Pero, PEEERO, era justo lo que tenía ganas de leer, una historia divertida, con personajes en general agradables y sin NADA de drama en ninguna parte. La verdad es un libro entret [...]


    • All Steph wants is to be popular. Ever since 6th grade when she accidentally spilled a giant red gulp on her super popular friend Lauren, life has been miserable. Lauren even coined the term “don’t pull a Steph” to make sure that no one ever forgot. Steph reads a book that tells her how to be popular. She buys new clothes, spends lots of time doing her hair and voices her opinion to get the A-list kids to notice her. And they do. Steph wants to make the head-hancho popular guy, Mark, fall [...]


    • I read this book a number of times as a pre-teen. Meg Cabot was my go-to author. It was super fun and I don't have much to say other than that. It is about an unpopular high schooler named Steph, who finds a book titled How To Be Popular, and uses it to try to climb her schools social ladder and become one of the popular people. But obviously, shenanigans ensue, and she realizes popularity isn't all it's made out to be. I've always wanted more from this book. Steph and Jason are some of my favou [...]


    • This was a nice, fluffy book that actually didn't have me wanting to throw it out the window. Which, for me, is impressive. :) All in all, a nice read with a happy ending, just what I needed. To anyone who plans on reading this, try to read it when you're down, because the end will just have you smiling, and the rest of the book will have you laughing along the way. :)


    • I read this for nostalgic reasons, because I remembered loving this book when I read it years ago, and while my view on many aspects changed because honestly, it's ridiculous sometimes, I still really enjoyed it! So yay, four stars!



    • The beginning was, meh :/The rest of it was,OMGOMGOMGOMGHOWISTHISSOGOOD!?(view spoiler)[(btw, Jason and Steph are the real endgame.) (hide spoiler)]["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>


    • This is a really good because its about a girl that is being made fun of and she really wants to be popular along the book she gives you tips about how to be popular and its funny because there like the opposite of what people tell you to be


    • Page 1:Popular: adj. Widely liked or appreciated; liked by many acquantances; sought after for company.Popularity.We all want it. Why? Because being pouplar means being liked. Everyone wants to be liked.Sadly, however, not all of us are.So what do pouplar people have in common that makes them all so popular?They all have:*A friendly way about them.*An eagerness to pitch in and help get the job done.*An interest in everythign that goes on at work or school.*A look that's fresh and neat.These aren [...]


    • This is how I felt during the majority of the book. It was just so bland and monotone that I did not laugh a single time during the whole time I read the book.Not a single time.This is important mainly because being a huge fan of Meg Cabot, I expected way more from her. But I honestly think this is one of her weaker books (but not as weak as Abandon, that was just horrid). I really hated that main character, Steph. She was annoying and whiny and overall, a real self-centered brat. For whatever r [...]


    • ‘Way to pull a Steph Landry’…and that cruel taunt has been burning Steph Landry’s ears since the time that she was a clumsy twelve-year old who accidentally upended a Red Super Big-Gulp on Lauren Moffat’s white denim D & G skirt. And although Steph bought Lauren a brand new skirt…prima-donna hag-extraordinaire Lauren has never let Steph or the rest of Bloomville High School ever let the unfortunate memory fade. Ergo, whenever anyone commits a faux-pas or does something remotely d [...]


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