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Summary

Age level: nine and up

Grade level: four and up

Twelve-year-old Paris Pan has moved to a small town where she has a real shot at making friends. But that friendship comes at a price. She must take the dare, something that caused a girl to disappear on the very property she now resides. To make matters worse, Paris must play basketball against her will, eradicate a crush on the least desirable boy in seventh grade, and cope with a family crisis that was possibly caused by a chili dog.

  • A humorous, suspenseful middle-grade novel featuring a tween protagonist who is caught up in a "ghostly" mystery in a small town while navigating sticky situations at school and at home.
  • Great for children ages nine to 12 who have grown out of chapter books and are looking for engrossing, fast-paced listening.
  • Popular with both upper elementary and middle school girls and boys grades four to seven.
  • Addresses social issues from peer-pressure, bullying, empathy, friendship, and more.
  • Makes a wonderful tool or gift for anyone looking for a story featuring a diverse, spunky female protagonist.
©2009 Cynthea Liu (P)2019 Pivotal Publishing Inc.

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  • Catina
  • 17-02-22

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There are 2 characters whose names are incorrect in the audible Cole who they call Tom and they called Sam by the name Dana. But other than that we enjoyed the book it was a recap after my son had read the book for a book report. Cute story with a great message at the end. We really enjoyed it.