Alli longs to be popular, but fate just keeps conspiring to make her totally uncool. Who else would be humiliated by a piece of her mom's underwear stuck to her butt by static cling? Despite the fact that Alli is certain the universe is plotting against her, she does eventually break into the inner circle of seventh-grade cool. But nothing is as she expected, and there's ugliness lurking behind even the prettiest face.
Alli bares it all to her journal as she figures out where she fits in, and, most important of all, what it means to be a real friend.
©2005 Lauren Myracle, text & Charlotte Noruzi, cover; (P)2008 Penguin