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By Lisa Graff

ISBN-10: 0060875925

ISBN-13: 9780060875923

Bernetta Wallflower is having the worst summer time on list. After her ex-best pal, Ashley, frames her for operating a school-wide dishonest ring, Bernetta cannot persuade someone that she's blameless. Her mom and dad flooring her until eventually her tonsils develop again, and she's no longer even allowed to visit her father's magic membership, Trunk quantity 8, the place she plays each Saturday as a magician's assistant. yet what is so much bad of all is that Mount Olive, the non-public university Bernetta has attended due to the fact kindergarten, has made up our minds to remove her scholarship for 7th grade. If Bernetta desires to go back to varsity, she'll have to locate $9,000 in 3 brief months. it sort of feels hopeless . . . till Bernetta comes up with a plan that includes loads of mendacity, slightly of trickery, and a mysterious stranger with chocolate-brown eyes. this can be a comedian and touching tale approximately wasting your footing and discovering your manner back from the writer of the item approximately Georgie.

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She was just putting the CD back in the bin when something caught her eye. To her right, not fifty feet from her, someone was loitering in the DVD section. And that someone looked familiar. Bernetta squinted her eyes. She knew she’d seen the boy before, but she couldn’t quite place him. He didn’t go to her school, she was certain of that. And yet she was sure she knew him. Across the store the boy picked up a DVD and studied the back. Bernetta squinted her eyes to get a better look at him. He looked so familiar.

Bernetta thought she might have preferred the yelling. She cracked another egg as her mother continued. “When I came home from the grocery store and I couldn’t find you . . ” 40 “I left a note,” Bernetta mumbled. ” Her mom’s voice was sharp. Bernetta cracked the last egg from the carton. “I know,” she said weakly. Her mom came right up beside her then and, tucking her hand under Bernetta’s chin, took a good long look into her eyes. Bernetta couldn’t tell if she liked what she saw or not. “Sometimes I feel like I don’t even know you anymore,” her mom said softly.

There was no way to work out nine thousand dollars. That was impossible. And also, her eggs were burning. 45 5 V crimp v: to bend one part of a card to make it easily identifiable within a deck “N ine thousand dollars,” Bernetta told Elsa. ” “That’s a lot of money,” Elsa said. “What was it Mom wanted? ” “French bread. ” They were sitting in Elsa’s car, on the way to the grocery store to pick up some last-minute dinner items for their mother. Technically, Bernetta wasn’t supposed to be out and about since she was still—and forever—grounded.

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