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The It Girl is a series of novels created by Cecily von Ziegesar. The series, aimed toward young adults, is a spin-off from the bestselling Gossip Girl series.

Jenny Humphrey is the main character in this spin-off of the popular Gossip Girl Series. During her freshman year at Constance Billard, a very exclusive private school in New York City, she ruins her reputation by supposedly sleeping with the Raves (a popular band). In danger of ruining the school's reputation as well, she is sent off to boarding school. Waverly Prep is also an exclusive private school, and her mission is to do whatever, whenever; anything it takes, to become "It Girl", hence the title of the series.



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