Scholastic Canada | Allie Finkle's Rules for Girls Book Five: Glitter Girls and the Great Fake-Out
Skip to main content

Allie Finkle's Rules for Girls Book Five: Glitter Girls and the Great Fake-Out

By Meg Cabot   

Scholastic Inc | ISBN 9780545040501 Paperback
208 Pages | 5.24" x 7.56" | Ages 8 to 12

Scholastic Inc | ISBN 9780545040471 Hardcover
208 Pages | 5.72" x 7.82" | Ages 8 to 12

#1 New York Times bestselling author Meg Cabot's first middle-grade series continues!

Allie plans on having the best weekend ever when she finds out Erica's sister Missy is in the regional Twirltacular baton competition—until Allie's mom announces that she has to go to Brittany Hauser's birthday party instead. But Allie doesn't even like Brittany Hauser, nor does she want to go to a party with Brittany and all her snobby friends...

But when Allie finds out Brittany's party includes taking a stretch limo to Glitterati, the store of the girls' dreams, and spending the night at a deluxe hotel suite, she decides maybe Brittany's not so bad after all.

Allie doesn't want to miss Missy's grand performance at the Twirltacular. But she's always wanted to ride in a limo! How can she explain to her best friend that she's decided to go to Brittany's party instead? Will her little white lie blow up in her face? And when everything about Brittany's party goes wrong, will she break all the rules to do what she knows is right?

Raves & reviews:

Praise for the Allie Finkle series:

"Brims with vintage Cabot humor and inventiveness." —The New York Times Book Review

*"In Cabot's first foray into novels for kids who are still in single digits, her trademark frank humor makes for compulsive reading . . . Allie is funny, believable, and plucky." —Publishers Weekly, starred review

"Your new rule? This book must be read . . . now!" —Discovery Girls

"Allie will appeal to children who enjoyed reading about Ramona, Amber Brown, Junie B., and the other feisty girls found in beginning chapter books. This novel proves that the master of young adult popular fare is able to adapt her breezy style for a younger audience." —School Library Journal