Betsy Was a Junior – That’s the kind of junior year Betsy Ray had planned for herself. And when her childhood friend Tib Mueller moves back to Deep Valley, Betsy’s sure her perfect year is off to a grand start. With charming, funny Tib around, Crowd doings are more fun than ever-especially after Betsy starts Okto Delta, the first-ever sorority at Deep Valley High. But soon Betsy’s luck takes a bad turn. The Crowd is getting into trouble at school, and Betsy isn’t given a chance to complete in the annual Essay Contest. Could Betsy’s best school year turn out to be her worst?
Betsy and Joe – Betsy Ray has always thought that she and the fascinating Joe Willard would make the perfect couple. Now, in her senior year at Deep Valley High School, it looks as though she’ll get her wish. As soon as Joe returns from his summer job in North Dakota, he’s on the Ray’s porch with sweet words for Betsy. It’s going to be a wonderful senior year! Then Tony Markham, Betsy’s longtime chum, comes calling-and his intentions are definitely romantic. Betsy is torn. She really cares for Joe, but she doesn’t want to hurt Tony. Can she figure out a way to follow her heart without ruining her friendship?
Paperback, Published by HarperPerennial, Illustrated by Vera Neville, Foreword by Meg Cabot