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    May 09, 2017 | 336 Pages | Middle Grade (10 and up)

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    Jun 14, 2016 | 336 Pages | Middle Grade (10 and up)

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    Jun 14, 2016 | 336 Pages | Middle Grade (10 and up)

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“Cursed orange hoodies, toxic triangles, and conspiracy theories infiltrate Perry’s world when she begins sixth grade. As junior photographers for the yearbook, Perry and her best friend, Venice, quickly discover shooting pictures is not about focusing, framing, and capturing the best moments, but, rather, about posing the popular kids. Determined to take a stand, they decide to photograph only “nerds,” but when Venice starts falling for Leo and an increasingly complex plan evolves, Perry questions her motive. The popular eighth-grade yearbook editor, Anya, preys on Perry’s vulnerability, sending her spying and scheming. Perry gets behind in her schoolwork, worries that her friendship with Venice is “dunzo,” and ultimately ends up in the principal’s office. Middle grade readers will relate to the complexities of friendship showcased in this novel. Taking on everything from first boyfriends to the lure of popular older students, author Tracy successfully captures Perry’s struggle to weigh options and choose sides. Perry’s panicked phone calls to her older sister, her deleted and revised text messages, and her narration throughout reveal her character as a typical middle schooler—confident at times and completely uncertain at others. Despite her struggles, in the end, readers will be satisfied that Perry begins to find her way, and they will be eager to learn how she moves forward in the sequel. VERDICT: Fans of Tracy’s tween books will be excited to read the first installment in this new series.”–School Library Journal

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