What the characters of Mean Girls are reading
It's Wednesday and you know what that means! It's time to put on that one pink item of clothing you own, make the word 'fetch' happen and of course, read! Here is what we think the characters of Mean Girls would read!
Cady Heron is reading Burn for Burn by Jenny Han & Siobhan Vivian
Looking for tips and tricks for bringing Regina George DOWN, Cady is reading Burn for Burn, the perfect revenge story ... Or so she thinks!
Big girls don’t cry … they get even. Postcard perfect Jar Island is home to charming tourist shops, pristine beaches, amazing ocean front homes and three girls quietly plotting revenge. Lillia, Kat, and Mary have the perfect plan. Work together in secret to take down the people who wronged them.
Janis 'Imi'ike is reading A Renaissance of Our Own by Rachel Cargle
When Janis isn't reading the latest art book, she's burying her nose in feminist memoirs.
There are breaking points in all our lives when we realise that the way things have been done before just don't work for us anymore, be it the way we approach our relationships, our belief systems, our work, our education, even our rest. For activist, philanthropist and CEO Rachel E. Cargle, reimagining – the act of creating in our minds that which does not exist but that we believe can and should – has been a lifelong process. Reimagining served as the most powerful catalyst for Cargle's personal transformation from a small-town Christian wife to an incisive queer feminist voice of a generation.
Damian Hubbard is reading The Woman in Me by Britney Spears
Damian is reading Britney's tell-all memoir and has created a Team Britney TikTok account.
In June 2021, the whole world was listening as Britney Spears spoke in open court. The impact of sharing her voice – her truth – was undeniable, and it changed the course of her life and the lives of countless others. The Woman in Me reveals for the first time her incredible journey-and the strength at the core of one of the greatest performers in pop music history.
Regina George is reading Conversations with Friends by Sally Rooney
Regina loves anything Sally Rooney and is devouring Conversations with Friends.
Frances is a cool-headed and darkly observant young woman, vaguely pursuing a career in writing while studying in Dublin. Her best friend and comrade-in-arms is the beautiful and endlessly self-possessed Bobbi. At a local poetry performance one night, Frances and Bobbi catch the eye of Melissa, a well-known photographer, and as the girls are then gradually drawn into Melissa’s world, Frances is reluctantly impressed by the older woman’s sophisticated home and tall, handsome husband, Nick.
Karen Shetty is reading Artichoke to Zucchini by Alice Oehr
After spelling orange wrong, Karen is determined to learn how to spell every fruit and vegetable. So every night she reads a page of Artichoke to Zucchini.
From apple pie to zeppole, and everything in between, Artichoke to Zucchini introduces young readers to fruit, vegetables, and dishes from around the globe. Full of tasty favourites and delicious new discoveries, it's sure to lead to inspiration in the kitchen!
Gretchen Wieners is reading How to Win Friends and Influence people by Dale Carnegie
Being constantly put down by Regina takes its toll! So Gretchen is determind to build up her confidence and develope her conversational skills by powering through every personal devolopment book she can get her hands on!
The iconic bestseller. The world’s benchmark business and personal development book. This book will help you solve one of the biggest problems you face: how to get along with and influence people in your daily business and social contacts.
Since it was first published in 1936, Dale Carnegie’s all-time classic has been translated into almost every known language and continues to help millions of readers around the world.
Aaron Samuels is reading On the Road by Jack Kerouac
Aaron enjoys carrying around On the Road and pretending he's read it. But don't worry, he has seen the movie.
On the Road swings to the rhythms of 1950s underground America, jazz, sex, generosity, chill dawns and drugs, with Sal Paradise and his hero Dean Moriarty, traveller and mystic, the living epitome of Beat. Now recognized as a modern classic, its American Dream is nearer that of Walt Whitman than Scott Fitzgerald, and it goes racing towards the sunset with unforgettable exuberance, poignancy and autobiographical passion.