Teens: If You Like The Gallagher Girls series by Ally Carter

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2 thoughts on “Teens: If You Like The Gallagher Girls series by Ally Carter

  1. i could not put these books down, they were like my life through middle school , they were so intriguing and i wish there were more!!!!!!!!

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