Every new kid learns the hard way--no one messes with Veronica Ganz. She's bigger than everyone else, and meaner, too. When shrimpy Peter Wedemeyer starts acting up, Veronica knows she has to show him who's boss--but Peter finds a million sneaky ways to get to her. Veronica hates it. She's got to come up with a new way to settle the score.
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Review: Veronica GanzUser Review - Nessa Burns - Goodreads
One of the best, most realistic depictions of New York City childhood that I have ever read. Read full review
Review: Veronica GanzUser Review - Wayne S. - Goodreads
Thirteen year old Veronica Ganz is a student at Public School 63 and lives with her mother and stepfather, Peggy and Ralph Petronski who run a cleaner, younger sister Mary Rose who is eleven, and ... Read full review