It's pretty much the exact same thing as Junie B. Jones, except that this girl (who's name is Clementine) is a little older, and she doesn't talk as bad (as in bad grammar) and she has a friend that is older than her and she is much cuter.
When the book starts she is in trouble for 'helping' her friend Margaret get glue out of her hair by cutting it all off.
Then she is in trouble for trying to dye Margaret's hair red.
And then for cutting of her own hair to 'make Margaret feel better'.
And then......... the list keeps going. Clementine is afraid of being 'the hard one' in her family, but no matter how hard she tries, she is all ways getting into trouble. She is afraid if she is 'the hard one' her parents and little brother will want to get rid of her. When she overhears her parents ordering a cake that says "Good Bye and Good Riddance" she is sure that her worst fears are being realized.......... but are they?
I liked this because it shows a lot of feeling, even though it's written for little kids. (and FYI, I listened to it on Audio Book w/ my little brothers, I DO NOT go around reading 1st grade books)
It was really cute, though, I liked it.
Oh yeah, and I promise to write what I did at Girls Camp tomorrow (or as soon as I get the pictures)