Hannah is the most popular girl in the fifth grade class. She has three friends, and they think they are the only cool kids at school. Meg is like the opposite of Hannah because she has one friend, and she is not popular. Meg has messy hair and wrinkled clothes making it easy for her to be bullied. Hannah tricks Meg’s only friend to join her group. Hannah bullies Meg and calls her "goose girl". Meg doesn’t say anything because she thinks everyone would take Hannah’s side. Will Meg and Hannah sort out this conflict before it gets worse? Read this great book to find out.
I think it is a great book. However, I think it could have used a bit more conflict to make it stronger. It had easy vocabulary, and it didn’t take long to read. It is a little confusing at first because I didn’t know it switched between the two main characters, but once I found out, it was easy to understand. The author did a great job writing it, and the emotions that the characters felt were strong enough to make the reader feel them too. I recommend this book to kids nine to twelve years old who enjoy a good book.