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Nia could win $25,000 in scholarship money, and she could finally make a few new friends in the process…. Nia is Old School by Kristin N. Spencer

Kids Book of The Day:

Nia is Old School (The Old School Series Book 1)

by Kristin N. Spencer
4.4 stars – 19 reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:

Nia is determined to face her eighth-grade problems head on. But after her best friend moves across the country, she’s afraid she’ll be doing it alone. On top of everything else, Nia has to figure out a way to pay for college, or she will have to watch her secret dream of being an artist die.

When her brother brings home a golden flyer that has the potential to solve all her problems, Nia decides she’s in. A mysterious nonprofit organization called the Friends of Daisy is looking to help one kid who needs money for college, and Nia wants it to be her. It’s time for her to go old school not just because she could win $25,000 in scholarship money, but also because she could finally make a few new friends.

As Nia agrees to complete a series of whacky, ’90s-themed challenges, she learns new things not just about herself, but her family, too. Is Nia old school enough to make it through to the next round of the challenge? And will she have to do it by herself? Find out in the first book of The Old School Series, now.

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The Awkward Life of Kelly Airhart

by Kelly Airhart
4.6 stars – 3 reviews
Kindle Price: $5.99
FREE with Kindle UnlimitedLearn More
Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:
Kelly Airhart is starting a new school, and it stinks! Literally. Mystery ooze falls from the air conditioner, rats have eaten the intercom system, and her new crush is completely oblivious. Kelly has to overcome being the strange new girl and learn what it is like to find real friends. Is growing up really just one awkward moment after another?
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