by Suzanne Supplee

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Rosemary is just about to turn sixteen and she has been fat all her life. Her mom and her aunt are always needling her and gave her a treadmill for Christmas! It's her life; why do they care what she looks like? But when her mom is diagnosed with cancer and a good friend has a heart-attack because of her weight, Rosemary realizes that she has to make a change. With the help of a Walgreen's clerk, a shunned cheerleader, and the boy of her dreams, Rosemary gets herself on track and learns that the perfect people have lives just as screwed up as her own. This is a warm and funny story about one girl's journey towards loving herself.

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