Know It All Doesn’t Know It All

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Samantha Martone normally enjoys writing for her school newspaper, but when she is separated from her writing partner and crush, Michael Lawrence, she doesn't know what to do with herself.

Samantha Martone normally enjoys writing for her school newspaper, but when she is separated from her writing partner and crush, Michael Lawrence, she doesn't know what to do with herself.

 

While Martone is stuck working on a boring article, she still has the job of hiding her secret identity: Dear Know-It-All advice columnist.

 

When chatting with her best friend, Hailey, she has to come up with something to cover up her secret. But Martone soon becomes regretful of this decision.

 

In this story, Martone learns life lessons and builds stronger bonds with her friends.

 

I would recommend this novel to anyone ages 10 and up because it is an easy read that catches your attention and is plainly enjoyable to read.

 

All series includes lessons about friendship and depicts the life of an average middle schooler.