Teen Idol Summary & Study Guide

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Jenny Greenley might just be the nicest girl in school. She runs the school's advice column, Ask Annie, where she gives much needed advice to members of the student body. Jenny is asked to escort a famous movie star around the school for two weeks. Luke Striker is visiting Clayton High School to research a movie role. He and Jenny become friends as she helps him learn the ropes around school. Luke is shocked that most of the school's students lack empathy. He even compares the school to a prison. Luke expects Jenny to stand up for others and to get involved in making the school a better place. Jenny feels however that she does a lot for others. She is always there to clean up messes and to soothe people's feelings. However, she comes to realize that what she does isn't enough. Instead of letting bad things happen and picking up the pieces, she should be preventing people from getting hurt by others. Her popularity, coupled with her friendship with Luke, allows her to make changes to herself and her school. Jenny comes to realize who she is and who her true friends are. She also starts a relationship with a boy whom she has loved for a long time, Scott Bennett, a fellow junior and member of the school paper.

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