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Sun (check). Fun (check). Friends (check). Tortures of junior high (on hold!) Get ready to jump into summer with Lizzie McGuire in A Very Lizzy Summer and A Totally Hottie Summer!

A Very Lizzy Summer

It’s summertime, and the living is sweet. Well, it’s gonna be if Lizzie finishes at the top of her junior-lifeguard class. Then she’ll get to assist that hottie lifeguard at the Hillridge community pool for the rest of the summer. There’s only one snag - Queen of Mean Kate Sanders wants the top spot, too. Hello! Can you say sabotage? Will Lizzie get sunk, or will she get a summer job near a hunk? Meanwhile, Lizzie’s best friend, Miranda, starts crushin’ on an internet-chat pal. And her other bestie, Gordo, gets an extremely disturbing extreme makeover.

A Totally Hottie Summer

School is out, and things couldn’t be better. Because summer vacation means three things: fun, friends, and shopping. Unfortunately, Lizzie’s mom has other plans, like volunteer work. Things start to look up when Lizzie spots crush-boy Ethan Craft during her first day on the job. Soon she meets a cute new guy named Josh at a neighborhood party and also gets assigned to work with a tall, dark, handsome - and quiet - boy named Colin. Suddenly, Lizzie is surrounded by hotness. But will her toad of a brother ruin her chance at summer romance? Could Miranda be trying to steal one of Lizzie’s guys? And who is Gordo’s secret admirer? It’s a totally hottie - and totally Lizzie - summer.

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