Mackenzie Blue by Tina Wells

By Tina Wells

Meet Mackenzie Blue, aka Zee

She has it all—smarts, expertise, humor, and elegance. . . . Is it adequate to outlive center school?

Countdown to a seventh Grade Meltdown

1. Your BFF strikes away.
2. an individual steals your diary and divulges your private secrets—to the full class.
3. you could have one likelihood to develop into a rock megastar and one likelihood to completely blow it.

Guess what!? All 3 occurred to me! School's a catastrophe already. do not get me wrong—I love Brookdale Academy and i've a superb team of neighbors. (At least, i believe I do.) but when i'll live on, i would like the entire support i will get!

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My survival depends on becoming fluent!!! Zee’s Report Card Subject: Landon Grade: BComments: He’s cuter than ever, but I totally embarrassed myself in front of him. Subject: Kathi Grade: F Comments: She still wants to make everyone else miserable—even the teachers. Subject: Friends Grade: A+ Comments: There’s a new girl named Chloe. And she and Jasper get along. I can’t wait for you to come and meet them. They’re really cool. BFF—Z 47 ❊ ❊❀❊ 5 Missing! A s soon as Zee hit Send, her Sidekick rang.

P repeated the name as everyone looked around. No response. How could anyone miss the first day of school? Zee wondered. That was like missing Christmas. There were no doovers for either one. Zee and the others watched and waited to see what Mr. P would do after he finished reading off names. For a while he did nothing—unless strumming his fingers on the desk counted as something. Then he circled around to the front of the desk. Some teachers leaned against the front of theirs, but Mr. P sat on his.

She shouted. “I’m in the TV room,” Ginny Carmichael called back. Zee took a quick detour to greet her mother, dropped her book bag on the couch, and shot upstairs to email Ally. When she turned on her computer, she saw her best friend had already written. Yay! Zee, Guess what?!!? When I complained to Mom and Dad about not fitting in at school, they signed me up for French tutoring. Great—NOT. I hate being the new student!!! ) ARFN (Au Revoir For Now). BFF (LYLAS), A ❊ 46 Boo! Zee quickly typed a reply.

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