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Those meeting Stargirl here for the first time will want to read the previous work to see if Leo is worthy of her devotion.

LOVE, STARGIRL picks up a year after Stargirl ends and reveals the new life of the beloved character who moved away so suddenly at the end of Stargirl.

The novel takes the form of "the world's longest letter," in diary form, going from date to date through a little more than a year's time.

In her writing, Stargirl mixes memories of her bittersweet time in Mica, Arizona, wi LOVE, STARGIRL picks up a year after Stargirl ends and reveals the new life of the beloved character who moved away so suddenly at the end of Stargirl.

No writer guides his young characters, and his readers, past these pitfalls and challenges and toward their futures with more compassion.” —The New York Times From the Hardcover edition.

Catherine Hardwicke is on board to direct an adaptation of the bestselling YA novel “Stargirl.” Kristin Hahn adapted Jerry Spinelli’s book and will produce the film, along with Gotham Group and BCDF Pictures.

Sometimes the fans think that The Powers That Be screwed it.

Maybe they've wasted the storyline, or they went for the obvious when a better solution should have been favoured.She sparks a school-spirit revolution with just one cheer. Don’t miss the sequel, Love, Stargirl, and Jerry Spinelli’s latest novel, The Warden’s Daughter, about another girl who can't help but stand out. Stargirl is suddenly shunned for everything that makes her different, and Leo, panicked and desperate with love, urges her to become the very thing that can destroy her: normal. BCDF Pictures is repped by Sheri Jeffrey at Hogan Lovells, while Spinelli is repped by William Reiss, John Hawkins & Associates, Inc.Fifteen-year-old Susan “Stargirl” Caraway has moved to Pennsylvania, but as independent and free-spirited as she is, she can’t seem to let go of Arizona and her old boyfriend Leo Borlock.The motivations for writing these can vary greatly, along with the perceived justification — they may want to "correct" something that went just fine, or want to offer an alternative to something incredibly stupid.