Some brief overview of this book
Holy fried onion rings! Fun from beginning to end. —Wendy Mass, New York Times bestselling author of 11 Birthdays and The Candymakers on The Dirt Diary
The Gossip File:
• Chandra lets little kids pee in the pool.
• Melody stole $ from the café register.
• Ava isnt who she says she is...
Ava is cool. Ava is confident. Ava is really Rachel Lee who is lying her butt off.
Rachel is visiting her dad at a resort in sunny Florida and is ready for two weeks of relaxing poolside, trips to Disney World — and NOT scrubbing toilets. Until her dads new girlfriend, Ellie, begs Rachel to help out at her short-staffed café. Thats when Rachel kinda sorta adopts a new identity to impress the cool, older girls who work there. Ava is everything Rachel wishes she could be. But when the girls ask Ava to help add juicy resort gossip to their file, Rachels not sure what to do...especially when one of the entries is a secret about Ellie.
Praise for award-winning Author Anna Staniszewskis The Dirt Diary series:
Staniszewski keeps the focus on comedy... Gentle fun laced with equally gentle wisdom. —Kirkus
Rachels situation and feelings ring true...This realistic read is likely to appeal to middle schoolers and reluctant readers. -School Library Journal
I LOVED it...sweet, sensitive, and delicious! —Erin Dionne, author of Models Dont Eat Chocolate Cookies