Mia the Magnificent
Sophomore year has arrived and Mia can hardly wait! She’s turning sweet sixteen, getting her driver’s license, and will finally be able to cut the umbilical cord her parents have wrapped around her. She can go where she wants to go, see what she wants to see, and do what she wants to do. There’s nothing holding Mia back—except for the fact she doesn’t actually have a car to drive. But when and if her parents ever let her drive their car, Mia will be completely liberated.
Unfortunately, freedom has its price. After Mia is forced back into total dependency, it doesn’t take long for her meek and melodramatic behaviors to return as well. But with a little help from her friends and a whole lot of self-determination, Mia regains her independence and discovers she may be a little magnificent after all.
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