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Dear Dumb Diary Year Two #1: School: Hasn't This Gone on Long Enough?…

by Jim Benton

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School. Hasn't This Gone On Long Enough? Who needs math? That's what Jamie wants to know. She's smart in many ways, but math has her stumped. Since using kung fu on the math teacher probably won't help, Jamie needs a plan-and her BFF, Isabella, just might have one! Jamie chronicles her quest for a better math grade while sharing her words of wisdom on cafeteria meatloaf, grades-and the pros and cons of smart people. The Super-Nice Are Super-Annoying Jamie Kelly has just about had it. What's with all her friends anyway? Have they squashed their inner "real girl" to become middle-school mannequins? If anyone should apologize to Bruntford-the only kid at Mackerel Middle School without a sense of humor-it should be Jamie. After all, she was the mastermind behind that very clever practical joke. But now ultra-nice Angeline jumps in and forks up an apology instead. What's going on here? Is it some kind of illness-Niceism Disease or Nicenicity? All Jamie can do is hope she doesn't catch it! Nobody's Perfect. I'm As Close As It Gets

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