The Secret Blog of Raisin Rodriguez

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Razorbill, Apr 1, 2006 - Juvenile Fiction - 202 pages
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Twelve-year-old Raisin Rodriguez has been uprooted from her life in California and plopped down in Philadelphia with her mother, sister, step-father, step-sister Samantha, and Samantha's cross-dressing poodle Countess. The only way Raisin can survive the painful transition is by recording every detail in a secret blog she keeps for her best friends from home.

Raisin shares her latest musings and spills about every humiliating incident that prevents her new friendships from taking off. She even describes the arrival of her dreaded period, just after her thirteenth birthday. But humiliation doesn't begin to cover what Raisin experiences when someone at her new school discovers her blog and prints it out for the world to see.

This hilariously painful and heartbreakingly hysterical novel offers a glimpse into the mind and heart of a truly unique character with an unforgettable voice.

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sequal to: Rasin has to move and make new friends. She trys to make friends with the popular girls, but only makes a fool out of herself. She is way too much of a dramaqueen. Boring.

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Judy Goldschmidt lives in New York City.

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