What happened to the bad girls?
Seventh grade, that's what.
In her regulation cargo pants and gray T-shirt, Mikey Elsinger is loud, aggressive, uncompromising, and uncooperative. Margalo Epps, tall and stylish, seems more mild-mannered -- but looks can be deceiving. And even if they don't have anyone else, Mikey and Margalo have each other.
The bad news is: Typical, normal kids are what work in junior high. The worse news is: Friends aren't people you like, they're people you're seen with. Armed with these insights, Margalo and Mikey set out to enter the world of seventh grade and conquer it -- or at least make it do what they want.
In this third book in the Bad Girls series, Newbery Medalist Cynthia Voigt gives us a refreshingly wry view of the good, the bad, and the unpopular -- and a glimpse into the hearts of a remarkable pair of friends.
Original title: Its Not Easy Being Bad
Genre: Fiction→ Children & Young Adult→ School
Fiction→ Children & Young Adult→ Family & Relationships