Characters Of The Great Gabby

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Gabi: (protagonist) Gabi is a very humorous and strong person. She deals with many problems in her life like: difficulty in school, obesity, family struggles but also helps her friends deal with their problems too. Gabi has brown hair and brown eyes, she is chubby but not to the point that she's overweight. Looking past everything that she is insecure about, she is very pretty and very smart. Gabi is also very compassionate, willing to look over past fights/mistakes and start anew with someone.
Cindy: Cindy is your typical outgoing, preppy, skinny teenage girl. She is very smart but also knows when and how to have fun. Cindy’s pregnancy puts a toll on her social and academic life but she still manages her time well.
Sebastien: Sebastien is

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