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“Such a sharp, funny, poignant heroine, with an inner world we can all relate to. I love it.” —Sophie Kinsella, author of Confessions of a Shopaholic
“Sloppy Firsts captures, in spare, truthful prose, the exquisite pain and ecstasy of being besotted by your best friend. The reader may flinch, but Megan McCafferty never does.”
—Emma Forrest, author of Namedropper
“Sloppy Firsts is a spirited, down-the-rabbit-hole adventure in the madcap subculture of high school. With remarkable insight, tenderness, and wit, Megan McCafferty offers us a compassionate, clear-eyed tale of how a sassy young woman survives teenage-hood.”
—Laurie Fox, author of My Sister from the Black Lagoon
“Sloppy Firsts perfectly captures the turbulent roller-coaster ride that is being a teenager. This is an (at times) intimate, painfully honest peek at a girl’s coming of age. Getting to know Jessica was like meeting a new best friend. I miss her already.”
—Atoosa Rubenstein, editor in chief of CosmoGirl!
MEGAN McCAFFERTY was senior articles editor at Cosmopolitan and has written for Glamour, CosmoGirl!, YM, Maxim, Details, and other top magazines. She also wrote an ongoing serial from Hope’s point of view on twistmagazine.com. She lives in New Jersey, where she’s at work on the next Jessica Darling novel.See all Product Description
Excellent book for my thirteen year old daughter. She related very well to the main character, and is now hooked on the series.Published 23 months ago by R. Big Canoe
Absolutely love Jessica Darling, she's a best friend I crave to spend time with!I do really reccommend for any teenager!Published 23 months ago by selina dhanani
Sloppy Firsts was an average book. I am not planning to read the other books in the series. It was funny at times, insightful into a teenaged girls mind but inconsequential. Read morePublished on July 31 2007 by Bindy
After reading this book, one thing really struck me, how much it reminded me of real life, most of the time anyway. Read morePublished on Oct. 11 2004
Wow! I thought this book was going to be good, but when I started to read it, I found it very unsuitable for people of any age! Read morePublished on July 19 2004
I loved this book! I finished it within two days, but only because I had to go to bed.I couldn't put it down. Read morePublished on July 15 2004
I hated this book. I'm a fan of Megan's first two books and honestly, not even her prequel was very good. Read morePublished on July 10 2004 by Samantha
You never thought a book could be so honest. It is the perfect book, well-rounded, complex and unpredictable, all while the subject matter is dead-on with teenage girls. Read morePublished on July 10 2004 by Jen
I LOVED this book, Jessica is the kind of girl that all teenage readers can relate to. she is smart, funny and she is real. Read morePublished on July 4 2004 by Jasmine