She’s as magical as the desert sky, and as mysterious as her name. Nobody knows who she is or where she’s from. But everyone loves her for being different. And she captures Leo’s heart with just one smile.

Stargirl watches the stars in the Arizona desert. She wears her own strange clothes and does her own sweet thing. She plays a ukulele and sings Happy Birthday to strangers. She makes it her mission to make other people happy – and Leo can’t help loving her for it. Stargirl’s not normal, but she charms everybody just by being herself. But one day something goes wrong. People start ganging up on Stargirl. Will they still let her live her life her own special way? A beautiful, touching tale of freedom, first love… and daring to be different, however hard it gets.

”... magical and heartbreaking” Kirkus Reviews

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  • a werid book but not for me

    9 March 2014

  • Very touching, I thought it was awesome.

    8 March 2014

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    i love this book. it really grabs its reader. after reading the first few pages, i could not put it down. i would recommend it for everyone. it is just great.

    28 February 2013

  • This is a weird and unusual book. It’s written funny and it’s actually quite good. It’s quite a good book to read when you are down and it show’s you that is a good thing not to be like everyone else. Great read, i would recommend this book for ages 12+

    3 March 2012

  • A different book, interesting, but Love, Stargirl is much better!

    3 March 2012

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