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You can bet on that / by Jamie Kelly [i.e. Jim Benton]

By: Benton, Jim [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Benton, Jim. Dear dumb diary, year two: 5.; Kelly, Jamie. Dear dumb diary, year two: 5.; Dear dumb diary. Year two: 5Publisher: New York : Scholastic, Inc., 2014Copyright date: ©2014Description: 133 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780545642576.Subject(s): Kelly, Jamie (Fictitious character) -- Juvenile fiction | Diaries -- Juvenile fiction | Friendship -- Juvenile fiction | Contests -- Juvenile fiction | Middle school students -- Juvenile fiction | Middle schools -- Juvenile fiction | Schools -- Juvenile fiction | Humorous stories -- Juvenile fictionDDC classification: 813/.54
Contents:
Jamie, Isabella, and Angeline have known each other for a long time. They've even become friends -- whether Jamie likes it or not. But when the trio starts a friendly competition, all bets are off. The loser will be treated to a game of Dare or Worse Dare... with Isabella. (And Jamie's pretty sure that's like having a banana-peeling contest with a starving monkey. The monkey always wins.) What could go wrong? Probably everything. And it's probably all that blondwad Angeline's fault. Probably.
Summary: "Jamie, Isabella, and Angeline have known each other for a long time. They've even become friends, whether Jamie likes it or not. But when the trio starts a friendly competition, all bets are off. The loser will be treated to a game of Dare or Worse Dare...with Isabella. (And Jamie's pretty sure that's like having a banana-peeling contest with a starving monkey. The monkey always wins.) What could go wrong? Probably everything. And it's probably all that blondwad Angeline's fault. Probably. Jamie still has no idea that anyone is reading her diary, so please, please, please don't tell her" -- from publisher's web site.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

Jamie, Isabella, and Angeline have known each other for a long time. They've even become friends - whether Jamie likes it or not. But when the trio starts a friendly competition, all bets are off. The loser will be treated to a game of Dare or Worse Dare ... with Isabella. (And Jamie's pretty sure that's like having a banana-peeling contest with a starving monkey. The monkey always wins.) What could go wrong? Probably everything.

"Jim Benton's Tales from Mackerel Middle School."

Jamie, Isabella, and Angeline have known each other for a long time. They've even become friends -- whether Jamie likes it or not. But when the trio starts a friendly competition, all bets are off. The loser will be treated to a game of Dare or Worse Dare... with Isabella. (And Jamie's pretty sure that's like having a banana-peeling contest with a starving monkey. The monkey always wins.) What could go wrong? Probably everything. And it's probably all that blondwad Angeline's fault. Probably.

"Jamie, Isabella, and Angeline have known each other for a long time. They've even become friends, whether Jamie likes it or not. But when the trio starts a friendly competition, all bets are off. The loser will be treated to a game of Dare or Worse Dare...with Isabella. (And Jamie's pretty sure that's like having a banana-peeling contest with a starving monkey. The monkey always wins.) What could go wrong? Probably everything. And it's probably all that blondwad Angeline's fault. Probably. Jamie still has no idea that anyone is reading her diary, so please, please, please don't tell her" -- from publisher's web site.

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Excerpt provided by Syndetics

Dear Dumb Diary, Isabella and I had one of those days where you spend four hours trying to come up with something to do, and then by the time you do, there's no time to do it so you just watch TV in positions that make it look like maybe you were born without bones. We do this about twelve times a month. "Since we're not doing anything, we should practice debate," I said. "No, we shouldn't," Isabella said. "We just did," I said. Excerpted from You Can Bet on That by Jim Benton All rights reserved by the original copyright owners. Excerpts are provided for display purposes only and may not be reproduced, reprinted or distributed without the written permission of the publisher.