By Laura Ruby
"If i actually desired to open up, i would confess that i actually am the liar each person believes I am." High-school junior Tola Riley has eco-friendly hair, a nostril ring, an angle challenge, and a passion for fairy stories, that are a very good break out from genuine lifestyles. every person thinks she's loopy; every person says so. every person other than Mr. Mymer, her paintings instructor. He will get her work and shall we her hand around in the artwork room in the course of lonely lunch sessions. yet then rumors begin flying and Tola is by surprise the guts of a scandal. the full city is judging her—even her relatives. while Mr. Mymer is suspended for what every body thinks is an affair, she has no selection yet to damage her silence. Fairy stories will not aid her this time . . . so how can she inform the reality? And, extra importantly, will an individual think her?
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Belinda Stumpf, substitute teacher “The first time I saw her, it was the sixth grade. I was the new kid. She was the first person to say hi to me in the hallway. She was the shortest person in the class, probably in the whole school. I told my mom that there was a girl who was so small she could fit in my pocket. Like Thumbelina or something. ” —Seven Chillman, classmate “So, we were ‘friends’ once a thousand years ago. My mom made her lemonade. So what? What do you think that means? We were friends before we knew who we were.
Bad things have gone down in Germany. “You’re such an idiot, Tola,” says my sister, her eyes narrow as punctures. “Ever hear of the Spanish Inquisition? The Salem witch trials? Slavery? ” But my sister doesn’t really care about the Brothers Grimm or anything else. After a few minutes of talking about it, she suddenly shrieks: “Shut up! Shut up about the Brothers Grimm! Why does everything you say have some sort of literary reference? Why do you carry around that stupid book? ” Someone who wears lavender contact lenses shouldn’t talk about being pretentious.
Can’t have the wife upset, now can we? But I’ve never seen that teacher anywhere around here, and I think I would have. I consider myself the unofficial neighborhood watch, ha ha. If something was going on between those two, she kept it to herself. But teenagers are good at that. ” —Todd Rosentople, neighbor WOLF WOMAN An hour later, we’re in the car, our substitute father, Mr. Doctor, at the wheel. ” We’ve been having dinner at Grandma’s every Monday night since before I was born. We kept the tradition going even after my mom divorced my dad and we had to bring Mr.