"FUNNY! I'm officially jealous."--Gordon Korman, author of ONE FALSE NOTE Is playing blackjack in the school cafeteria that bad? Samara Brooks doesn't think so. She isn't out to hurt anybody. She just wants to create some drama. And she does. Drama . . . and trouble. When the principal threatens to call her parents, Samara proposes a way to save herself. She'll prove she's not a bad person by conducting a scientific experiment to show she has the same DNA as one of the friendliest girls in school: class president Lily Frederick. But then Nathan Weiss--a kid obsessed with UFOs and mysterious codes, gets involved. And things get really weird. . . . "If you like your mystery with a side of science and some delightful snark, you're in the right place," says "New York Times" bestselling author Libba Bray. And Leslie Margolis, author of "Girls Acting Catty" and "Boys Are Dogs" says, "Hilarious, wacky and charming."
Daniel Ehrenhaft has written numerous novels for children and young adults, including "The Last Dog on Earth, 10 Things to Do Before I Die, "and "Tell It to Naomi." He lives in Brooklyn with his wife, author Jessica Wollman, and two ill-behaved pets.