Samantha struggles to follow her own advice when writing a column for the school newspaper reveals a hidden desire.
Samantha loves being a star reporter for the school newspaper, and she especially loves it when she’s teamed up with her crush, Michael Lawrence. So she’s especially upset when Mr. Trigg doesn’t pair them together—will Michael forget all about her if they don’t work together? And to make matters worse, Sam’s best friend likes a boy whom Sam can’t stand. How do your tell your best friend you think she has terrible taste?
To keep her mind off of her own problems, Sam concentrates on writing her Dear Know-It-All advice column. While encouraging a letter writer who’s too shy to try out for the gymnastics team, Sam realizes that she’d secretly like to try out for the team herself. Sam advises the hopeful girl to “Go for it! Don’t be afraid! Reach for the stars!” But can Sam take her own advice?
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BEST SERIES I'VE EVER READ!!!!!
I seriously LOVE LOVE LOVE these books! They are by far my favorite series I have ever read, and let me tell you, I read ALOT! Whenever a new book comes out in the "Dear know it all" series, I get it right away, and then read and read and read and don't put it down until I am completely finished. (Because it is soooooooooo good!!!!!) Then I wait and wait and wait until the next book in the series comes out and I get soooooooo excited!!!!! And then the cycle starts again! But, really I would recommend this book to anyone who is interested in young crushes/romance and whoever loves journalism. And even though the label says ages 8-12, I think it should really be like 10+ (but that's just my personal opinion) I really hope you strongly consider getting this book. RACHEL WISE, KEEP 'EM COMING!!!!!! :)