It's not easy being a middle-schooler, and nobody knows that better than Jamie Kelly. There are surprises around every corner: some good, some bad, all dumb. But when Jamie inherits a trunk of her grandmother's things, she never expects to find the biggest surprise of all -- Grandma's diary.
Violating the privacy of a diary is something Jamie would never do . . . unless she was absolutely certain that she wanted to do it.
And when she does, she learns that, deep down, everyone is exactly the same. Dumb.
Paperback: 160 pages