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Jeremy Heere is your average high school dork. Day after day, he stares at beautiful Christine, the girl he can never have, and dryly notes the small humiliations that come his way. Until the day he learns about the "squip." A pill-sized supercomputer that you swallow, the squip is guaranteed to bring you whatever you most desire in life. By instructing him on everything from what to wear, to how to talk and walk, the squip transforms Jeremy from Supergeek to superchic.
(Vocal Selections). 11 songs from the stage musical arranged with vocal line and piano accompaniment. Jeremy Heere is just an average teenager. That is, until he finds out about "The Squip" a tiny supercomputer that promises to bring him everything he desires most: a date with Christine, an invite to the raddest party of the year and a chance to survive life in his suburban New Jersey high school. But is being the most popular guy in school worth the risk? Be More Chill is based on the novel by Ned Vizzini and features music and lyrics by Joe Iconis. Songs include: Be More Chill/Do You Wanna Ride? * A Guy That I'd Kinda Be Into * Halloween * I Love Play Rehearsal * Jeremy's Theme * Michael in the Bathroom * More Than Survive * The Pants Song * The Squip Song * Two-Player Game * Voices in My Head.
The groundbreaking novel that inspired the Broadway musical! Jeremy Heere is your average high school dork. Day after day, he stares at beautiful Christine, the girl he can never have, and dryly notes the small humiliations that come his way. Until the day he learns about the "squip." A pill-sized supercomputer that you swallow, the squip is guaranteed to bring you whatever you most desire in life. By instructing him on everything from what to wear, to how to talk and walk, the squip transforms Jeremy from geek to the coolest guy in class. Soon he is friends with his former tormentors and has the attention of the hottest girls in school. But Jeremy discovers that there is a dark side to handing over control of your life--and it can have disastrous consequences. This modern-day classic by New York Times best-selling author Ned Vizzini contains photos from the Broadway musical; an introduction by the Broadway showcreators, Joe Iconis and Joe Tracz; and an afterword by New York Times best-selling author David Levithan.
An artistic rendering and simple sentimental blank journal for fans of the Broadway musical "Be More Chill," a teen comedy, sci-fi, drama. **** This journal alternates between 9 LINED pages for writing and 1 BLANK page for sketching/drawing throughout - no text. SIZE: 5.2" x 0.2" x 8" with 110 pages total. **** Its pages can be used as a diary of milestones, show notes, a record of special memories, a place for random sketches and diagrams, a very long bucket list, a notebook for tips and tricks, and much more. Make the journal even more special by stuffing a gift certificate or a little cash into the folds. Related terms: teen movie, high school cliques, peer pressure, The Squip, BOYF, RIEND. ---On the BACK COVER: --- Broadway Musical: "Be More Chill" -- The cover quote and artistic rendering is inspired by the musical of the same name. The musical is based on the novel "Be More Chill" by Ned Vizzini. What if you could become popular by taking a pill? This story explores what that might be like and whether it would be worth it. ---- Also Available from WriteRunBooks.com ---- --- "Gotta Get an Upgrade" ISBN-10: 1727405609 --- "Be More Chill" ISBN-10:1727405994 --- "When You Love Somebody, You Put Your Pants of for Them" ISBN-10:1727406222 --- "BOYF FRIENDS" ISBN-10: 1727421914 --- "Freaking out is my okay" ISBN-10: 1727422201 --- "More than Survive" ISBN-10: 1727422465 --- "The Squip" ISBN-10: 172742350X --- "It's an Effed-up WORLD, but it's a Two-Player Game!" ISBN-10: 1727423941
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