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The dirt diary : Dirt Diary Series, Book 1. / Anna Staniszewski.

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  • ISBN: 9781402286384 (electronic bk)
  • ISBN: 9781402286377 (electronic bk)
  • Physical Description: 1 online resource.
  • Publisher: Naperville : Sourcebooks Jabberwocky, 2014.

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Summary, etc.: "I LOVED it...sweet, sensitive, and delicious!" -Erin Dionne, author of Models Don't Eat Chocolate CookiesWANTED: Maid for the most popular kids in 8th grade.Cleaning up after the in-crowd gets Rachel all the best dirt.Rachel can't believe she has to give up her Saturdays to scrubbing other people's toilets. So. Gross. But she kinda, sorta stole $287.22 from her college fund that she's got to pay back ASAP or her mom will ground her for life. Which is even worse than working for her mother's new cleaning business. Maybe. After all, becoming a maid is definitely not going to help her already loserish reputation.But Rachel picks up more than smell socks on the job. As maid to some of the most popular kids in school, Rachel suddenly has all the dirt on the 8th grade in-crowd. Her formerly boring diary is now filled with juicy secrets. And when her crush offers to pay her to spy on his girlfriend, Rachel has to decide if she's willing to get...
Target Audience Note: Text Difficulty 3
MG/Middle grades (4th-8th)
4.7 ATOS Level
System Details Note: Requires OverDrive Read (file size: N/A KB) or Adobe Digital Editions (file size: 6265 KB) or Adobe Digital Editions (file size: 945 KB) or Amazon Kindle (file size: N/A KB).
Subject: Young Adult Fiction.
Young Adult Literature.
Genre: Electronic books.
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  • Baker & Taylor
    After her parents' divorce, eighth-grader Rachel Lee joins her mother's new housecleaning business, which has her scrubbing bathrooms in her more popular classmates' homes and learning useful secrets.
  • Baker & Taylor
    Eighth-grader Rachel joins her mother's new housecleaning business to pay back money for her college fund, and begins to uncover her more popular classmates' secrets while cleaning their homes.
  • Sourcebooks Inc.

    Eighth grade never smelled so bad

    Rachel can't believe she has to give up her Saturdays to scrubbing other people's toilets. So. Gross. But she kinda, sorta stole $287.22 from her college fund that she's got to pay back ASAP or her mom will ground her for life. Which is even worse than working for her mother's new cleaning business. Maybe. After all, becoming a maid is definitely not going to help her already loserish reputation.

    But Rachel picks up more than smelly socks on the job. As maid to some of the most popular kids in school, Rachel suddenly has all the dirt on the 8th grade in-crowd. Her formerly boring diary is now filled with juicy secrets. And when her crush offers to pay her to spy on his girlfriend, Rachel has to decide if she's willing to get her hands dirty...

    "Holy fried onion rings! Fun from beginning to end." —Wendy Mass, New York Times bestselling author of11 Birthdays and The Candymakers

  • Sourcebooks Inc.
    Eighth grade never smelled so bad Rachel Lee didn't think anything could be worse than her parents splitting up. She was wrong. Working for her mom's new house-cleaning business puts Rachel in the dirty bathrooms of the most popular kids in the eighth grade. Which does not help her already loser-ish reputation. But her new job has surprising perks: enough dirt on the in-crowd to fill up her (until recently) boring diary. She never intended to reveal her secrets, but when the hottest guy in school pays her to spy on his girlfriend Rachel decides to get her hands dirty.

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