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by Ally Carter


Cameron Morgan attends a secret spy school for girls, Gallagher .

Cameron Morgan attends a secret spy school for girls, Gallagher Academy, which has been training female spies since the Civil War. During summer vacation, Cammie goes to Boston to see her best friend Macey, whose father will be accepting a vice presidential nomination. Don't Judge a Girl by Her Cover is definitely the book in the series where it turns darker. Don't Judge a Girl by Her Cover might still have a silly title, but this story just got a lot more grown up!

Like the Gallagher Girls book before it, Don't Judge A Girl By Her Cover was fast-faced and fun to read.

Like the Gallagher Girls book before it, Don't Judge A Girl By Her Cover was fast-faced and fun to read. Written in a no-nonsense prose, there was constant action and mystery, and was completely captivating - so much so that I read it on Christmas morning. There aren't a lot of spy books out there targeted to a young adult audience, and this series is the only I've read in the genre, but it's enough to make me want to branch out and find more books like it.

Ally Carter (ww. llycarter

Ally Carter (ww. llycarter. com) is the New York Times best-selling author of the six books in the Gallagher Girls series: I'd Tell You I Love You, But Then I'd Have to Kill You; Cross My Heart and Hope to Spy; Don't Judge a Girl by her Cover; Only the Good Spy Young; Out of Sight, Out of Time; and United We Spy; as well as Heist Society, Uncommon Criminals, and Perfect Scoundrels.

And how can the Gallagher Girls keep her safe? Soon Cammie is joining Bex and Liz as Macey's private security .

And how can the Gallagher Girls keep her safe? Soon Cammie is joining Bex and Liz as Macey's private security team on the campaign trail. The girls must use their spy training at every turn as the stakes are raised, and Cammie gets closer and closer to the shocking truth. List Chapter or Page: 1. Page 1. 2. Page 2. 3. Page 3. 4. Page 4. 5. Page 5.

by Ally Carter First published June 9th 2009. Don't Judge a Girl by Her Cover (Gallagher Girls, #3). Don't Judge a Girl by Her Cover (Gallagher Girls, Published June 9th 2009 by Disney Hyperion. Author(s): Ally Carter (Goodreads Author).

Home Ally Carter Dont Judge a Girl by Her Cover. Dont judge a girl by he. .Dont Judge a Girl by Her Cover, . When Gillian Gallagher converted her familys home into a school where young women could learn the covert skills that no men would ever teach them, shed had the good sense not to put "The Gallagher Academy-Educating Government Operatives Since 1865" on the sign. Instead shed called it a finishing school for the most outstanding girls of the day. Our cover has evolved with the times, but our ultimate mission has stayed the same: make sure no one ever knows just how exceptional we really are.

Gallagher Girls Book 3. Ally Carter. Pros and cons about writing the gallagher girls series: a list by ally carter. Her father's face was on the cover of every magazine in America. She was about to be the belle of the country's biggest ball. Probably every girl in the country would have traded places with her, but I saw the misery in her eyes as she stood lost inside that massive space, and I knew why I was there. I remembered that a Gallagher Girl is only as good as her backup. Let's get this over with and get back to school, okay?" I said.

Don't Judge a Girl by Her Cover is a 2009 young adult novel written by Ally Carter. It is the sequel to Cross My Heart and Hope to Spy and the third book in the Gallagher Girls series. It was published on June 9, 2009. The cover was released on March 19, 2009. As of February 28, 2009, author Ally Carter posted mini-excerpts of the book on her blog, with the promise that while they would be in the book, they might be misleading

Instead, he walked toward the screaming girl-even though she was a Gallagher Girl. Right then I made a mental note that if Mrs. McHenry thought Macey was too dramatic then she should probably never be left alone with the better part of our junior class.

Instead, he walked toward the screaming girl-even though she was a Gallagher Girl. Even though her name was Macey McHenry. Before that day, I'd never been to Boston. I'd never had a Secret Service escort. And I'd definitely never been a VIP (or the t of a VIP) at a national political convention. That boy," her mother corrected, "is Governor Winters's son-".

American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity . But if you're a Gallagher Girl, 'exciting' and 'deadly' are never far apart.

American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. Monterey Peninsula College Center for the Study of the Holocaust and Genocide, Sonoma State University Placer County Museums Division Occidental College Library Cathedral City Historical Society Southwest Railway Library Hemet Public Library.

FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. When Cammie ""The Chameleon"" Morgan visits her roommate Macey in Boston, she thinks she's in for an exciting end to her summer break. After all, she's there to watch Macey's father accept the nomination for vice president of the United States. But when you go to the world's best school (for spies), ""exciting"" and ""deadly"" are never far apart. Cammie and Macey soon find themselves trapped in a kidnappers' plot, with only their espionage skills to save them. As her junior year begins, Cammie can't shake the memory of what happened in Boston, and even the Gallagher Academy for Exceptional Young Women doesn't feel like the safe haven it once did. Shocking secrets and old flames seem to lurk around every one of the mansion's corners as Cammie and her friends struggle to answer the questions, Who is after Macey? And how can the Gallagher Girls keep her safe?
interactive man
Don't Judge a Girl by Her Cover is definitely the book in the series where it turns darker. While the first was of Cam's struggles to be a normal girl, then trying to be a spy and a girl at the same time, now in the third installment comes the time when she is firmly dedicated to her path in Covert Operations while also facing real-world dangers out of school. Macey's family is very much in the public eye now, and after a failed kidnapping attempt, they are all on high alert. This book also marks the entry of the big bad of the series, and sets up a lot of stuff for future books (I can say this because this a reread review). The central theme of the series has always been the various faces the spy in her has to wear, and here it is shown through almost everyone of the foursome, but Cam and Macey in particular.

Wiser now for the danger they are in, the four Gallagher Girls seek to investigate the who and the why of the kidnapping attempt. They live in a world of secrets within secrets, and a need-to-know basis system, so finding such a secret is not an easy job. With Macey having a constant shadow in the form of Cam's aunt, and the Secret Service not far behind, it is difficult for the girls to sneak around. The book also shows the extent of loyalty that all the Gallagher Girls have for each other, and their intense love for their sisters. Zach pops up now and again, setting Cam's heart aflutter and my suspicion sirens blaring, but I am delighted to unfold that mystery all over again when I read the future books. This one was definitely a great sequel and a turning point for the series
Kagda
Back with the third installment of the Gallagher Girls series, Ally Carter lets the series grow and mature with her readers. Don't Judge a Girl by Her Cover might still have a silly title, but this story just got a lot more grown up!

As Cammie and her friends, Bex, Liz and Macey, begin the next semester at the Gallagher Academy, it becomes very clear this year is going to be like no other. When Cammie goes to visit Macey on her father's campaign trail, they are attacked on the roof of campaign headquarters. Cammie, in full spy mode, manages to save the son of Macey's dad's running mate, but these spies are good. Since she clearly can't fight them off after Macey is injured, she spots a vent and stuffs Macey down before quickly following.

It becomes quickly obvious that the Gallagher Academy has more than just Covert Ops training to worry about this year. When Cammie's Aunt Abby is assigned to Macey as her Secret Service detail, the girls learn a lot more about Cammie's family, but have no idea who is after Macey. Now they must protect their friend while still searching for the really dangerous spies that are after her.

This installment of the series got much more mature than the first two. The girls are still going to school and dealing with typical teenage girl stuff, but the threat against Macey is very real. This time, they won't just fail their Covert Ops assignment if they mess up, they will lose their best friend to a very real danger. It makes the story much more high stakes, and you get to see the girls in real action. More information about her father also makes Cammie's character a lot more real and multidimensional. The reading level still remains pleasantly low while the story is still fun, making this a great series for a low-skilled older student. This series can grow with the student as the story gets more sophisticated!
Xor
The third in the series centers around the politics that is macey's life. Here cammie and Macey start off in Boston and a kidnapping attempt.

The book has boys entering the picture for both Cammie and Macey. Zach is here for Cammie and he tells her to be careful something she still tries to decipher as something more than what it means and Macey has Preston who she claims to not stand but hmmm does she really???

The third book is just as hilarious as the other two. Aunt Abby is now in the picture and she tells the girls stories and gets all intrigued. Mr. Solomon continues to teach the girls how to survive but now they are a little more serious since one of their friends is trying to be kidnapped.

All the while navigating friendships, boys and kidnapping attempts the girls are worrying about school and being caught breaking the rules yet again.

This book is a fun and entertaining book that will keep you riveted to the end.
Nothing personal
In this third installment of the Gallagher Girl's books we find Cammie off to visit her roommate Macy. They are involved in a botched kidnapping attempt and Cammie doesn't really recover. She knows that there is more going on than she is being told about. What's a teenage spy to do? Certainly not sit back and wait. Cammie and her friends are in and out of trouble yet again as they try and figure out what is happening and why Cammie's super spy aunt is suddenly back in the picture. Some old friends from previous books check back in as well! Start with I'd tell you I Love You but Then I'd Have to Kill You and Cross my Heart and Hope to Spy first.

I had been waiting for this book to come out for some time. One of my students recommended the first two for me when the second one came out. We were both anxiously awaiting the release of Don't Judge a Girl by Her Cover. The date kept getting pushed back and it was so frustrating!!! I'm not sure what she thought of it (since she has moved on to the high school) but I was a little disappointed. It wasn't a bad book but I was hoping for more. Part of that may have been the expectations and waiting. I still like the series and will continue to recommend it. I guess I just wanted "more" from the characters.
Don't Judge A Girl By Her Cover (Turtleback School  Library Binding Edition) (Gallagher Girls) ebook
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Ally Carter
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