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Step To This

Step To This After a much needed makeover and an attitude adjustment Gia is determined to make her sopho year at Longfellow High unforgettable She gets on the Hi Steppers dance squad makes new friends and score

  • Title: Step To This
  • Author: Nikki Carter
  • ISBN: 9780758234391
  • Page: 326
  • Format: Paperback
  • After a much needed makeover and an attitude adjustment, Gia is determined to make her sopho year at Longfellow High unforgettable She gets on the Hi Steppers dance squad, makes new friends, and scores a date, but soon things go horribly wrong.

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    1. i really liked this book it was an alsome book i learned alot from this book not to date a boy thinking he likes you because your girlfriend tells him youre going to give it up

    2. best book ever but you have to read this first then it is what it is the its all good then cool like that once it comes out (i already though my auntie published it

    3. OOO-ooo! The hottest show in town is on the Hi-Steppers dance team at Longfellow High, and guess who just made the B squad? You got it, Gia Stokes! She is only the best choreographer on the team. She’s not popular enough yet to get on the A squad. Mr. Football a.k.a. Romeo starts giving her the time, Gia wonders, is he for real? Romeo dates girls like Valerie, the head of the Hi-Steppers. So why did he all of a sudden, notice Gia?Gia’s fly with her afro-puff and Tweety style, but she ain’t [...]

    4. This book was awesome with tons of high school drama (more than Gia can handle) and life lessons to learn.

    5. Great book! Can't wait to read the next part of the series! BLACK POWER! :) And I read it in 2 days! I am on a role!

    6. OOO-ooo! The hottest show in town is on the Hi-Steppers dance team at Longfellow High, and guess who just made the B squad? You got it, Gia Stokes! She is only the best choreographer on the team. She’s not popular enough yet to get on the A squad.Mr. Football a.k.a. Romeo starts giving her the time, Gia wonders, is he for real? Romeo dates girls like Valerie, the head of the Hi-Steppers. So why did he all of a sudden, notice Gia?Gia’s fly with her afro-puff and Tweety style, but she ain’t [...]

    7. Lessons,Gia Stokes was the girl who had it all - attitude, personality and confidence. But what she didn't have was the clothes or the hair like most girls in her high school. An outcast on the Hi-Steppers, a dance squad, Gia is elected for a makeover. A few different clothes, some straightened hair and as her popularity began to rise, Romeo, a guy from the football team, asks her out on a date. Could things be any better? However, her newfound friends and boyfriend are short-lived when she disc [...]

    8. Step to this was very entertaining and positive. I loved the characters and the fact that even though Gia and Hope had family problems at the end of the day they still pulled together. My favorite part of the book is when Gia and all the girls spend the night to Valerie's house and Hope gets kicked off the A-Squad and Gia takes her spot, so Hope gets really sad about that and starts telling Gia she wish they were never related and Gia gets really emotional about that. My favorite characters were [...]

    9. im really like this book when im not doing anything i dont wanna put it down. Its aboyt a girl name Gia who dosent really fit in because her clothes and hair just dont make her popular like the other girls but thats when she proves that she can be a hi-stepper and her cousin Hope might be embrassing her self along.

    10. Facebook reminded me that I read this book about six years ago and how much I loved it. I recommended it to my friends on Facebook which is something that I do not do often. I remember reading the other books in the series as well and wishing that the series was longer.

    11. Great book. I liked the fact that in the book everyone talked like how real people would. It made me laugh too. :)

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