Lucy and CeCee’s How to Survive (and Thrive) in Middle School
About the Book
Time to put the freak-out on pause because outgoing, boy-crazy Lucy Pringle and shy, studious, bespectacled CeCee Cruz have the goods on how to make middle school the best three years ever!
Lucy and CeCee—the official self-proclaimed Madison Heights Middle School experts on how to deal with haters, hormones, and hot lunch dilemmas—are ready to demystify swirlie urban legends and dish about academic and social topics. They’re keeping it real, lacing diary entries with their own daily escapades regarding skater slacker boyfriend crushes, BFF shopping trips to the mall, and BEE (Bitter Eternal Enemies) text wars. The two seventh graders swear to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth … so help them Good Fairy of Popularity.
In this handbook, two girls who have already survived boyfriends, sleepovers, nerd crushes, detentions, and runaway pimples share helpful hints and lingo lessons that will help tweens not only survive, but thrive while navigating through all the gory glory of middle school.
About the Author
Kimberly Dana is an award-winning author and middle school teacher who relies on her students to provide her with insight into the world of tweendom. She is the recipient of several writing honors from Writer’s Digest and the Pacific Northwest Writers Association. Kimberly lives in Los Angeles and Nashville with her husband and their spoiled Shih Tzu, Gizzy.