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Tessa Netting is an actress, YouTuber, host, and all around geek. She began her professional career onstage in the Original Broadway Cast of Billy Elliot the Musical where she performed in over 1,000 shows. Since moving to Los Angeles her Film/TV credits include: Disney Channel's BUNK'D as Hazel, Nickelodeon's Fred: The Show as Eloise, a dance number on Fox's Glee as Apple #9, plus various national commercials and voice over work. Her online credits include: Skybound's Nerd Court, Inappropriate Parents from The Fine Brothers, plus numerous video appearances and hosting for Awesomness TV, DreamWorks TV, and Eli Roth's Crypt TV. She also toured the country performing sketch comedy with Joe Moses and Curt Mega in The JoMoShow. In addition to her acting credits, Tessa's geeky inspired YouTube channel has over 23 million views. She has been featured in Forbes, New York Magazine, Huffington Post, CBS, NBC, Playbill, and Billboard. Her favorite thing in the entire world is Harry Potter and she is a proud Ravenclaw.
4 books on the list
Best Books First
Redwood and Ponytail
(Novels for Preteen Girls, Children’s Fiction on Social Situations, Fiction Books for Young Adults, LGBTQ Books, Stories in Verse)
K.A. Holt - 2019-10-01
A touching middle-grade novel in verse about two girls who become close friends despite their differences and start moving towards a deeper, more meaningful relationship.
Kylie Schachte - 2020-07-07
A troubled girl who has a history of finding dead bodies investigates the murder of her ex and uncovers a dangerous plot to put her and her loved ones on the list of who's next. She risks everything to uncover the truth and stop the killer, but at what cost? A thrilling page-turner that will keep you guessing until the very end.
Never Ask Me
Jeff Abbott - 2020-07-14
A beloved member of a tight-knit community is found murdered, shaking the trust of its residents. The Pollitt family, who thought they'd always be there for each other, are forced to confront their darkest secrets when suspicion and intrigue arise. Jeff Abbott's latest suspenseful thriller will keep you riveted until the very end.
Girls of a Certain Age
Maria Adelmann - 2021-02-16
'Girls of a Certain Age' is a darkly playful and subversive story collection that explores the impossible choices that come with 21st-century femaleness. From abusive partners to unplanned pregnancies, chronic unemployment to disabilities, these women find themselves in disempowering and frightening situations. Maria Adelmann presses the sharp against the tender and explores how they cope through the titular condition. Ranging from magical to terrifying, this book captures the spectrum of strategies we apply to the pain of life.
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