Synopses & Reviews
Ida May finally fits in at school after becoming best friends with Stacey Merriweather, one of the popular girls. But then Ida's frenemy, bossy Jenna Drews, brings in a game of truth or dare, and all the girls are suddenly daring one another to misbehave. When Ida finds herself in the principal's office, she ends up ratting out her friendsÑwith disastrous consequences. The only way she can fix things is to take a triple-dog dare, but Ida May isn't sure she has the guts. Will her BFF come to her rescue, or is this the perfect job for a frenemy?
What would you do to win a dare war?
In a humorous and insightful novel reminiscent of her award-winning titles The Thing About Georgie and Umbrella Summer, Lisa Graff tells the story of fourth-graders Kansas Bloom and Francine Halata, who start out as archenemies, until--in a battle of wits and willpower--they discover that they have a lot more in common than either would have guessed.
This dual-perspective novel will appeal to girls and boys alike--and to anyone who has ever wanted anything so badly that they'd lick a lizard to get it.
About the Author
Lisa Graff has never been part of a dare war, but has thought up a couple extra-tough doozies just in case. She lives in New York City.