by Lisa Graff
Reviewed by The Junior Book Dealer: Elena Elizabeth Hynes
“Nice tutu,” she said to him with a smile.
“Nice hair,” he replied. Her smirk quickly faded into a frown. Kansas almost didn’t believe she had really done. It. But she had. Francine’s new green hair hung down in front of her face like vines in a jungle.
“I can’t believe you made me do this,” she said, jabbing a finger toward her head. “You’re so mean. I would never do anything so mean to you.”
“I’m so mean? “ Kansas replied.
The door whipped open.
“Why hello there, you two!” It was their teacher, Miss Sparks, white teeth flashing. “I thought I heard some students out here. Come inside, won’t you. You both look incredible for spirit day, by the way.
Incredible? Kansas was pretty sire that what they looked like was two circus freaks! (p.…