Take Three Girls is a young adult book co-written by Australian authors, Cath Crowley, Simmone Howell and Fiona Wood. The story follows three girls in year ten at St Hilda’s Grammar School in Sydney. Ady is the fashionable and creative popular girl with dark family secrets and a boyfriend she’s not in love with, Clem is the jock-turned-nothing trying to figure out life after swimming and a boyfriend she is definitely in love with, and Kate is the girl from the country deciding between music or academics. The three are brought together by the length of their thumbs in Wellness class, and from there an unlikely friendship grows. Amongst all this is the anonymous gossip site PSST that posts cruel and nasty content about the girls at St Hilda’s. The book looks at themes of feminism, social justice, cyberbullying, sex and friendship, creating a complex and rich contemporary story.