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Jordan Johnston might be described as a human median. Average in every way, this so-so looking mid-teen tends towards C's in school and invisibility in most other places. Impatient with her self-perceived mediocrity, she composes a list of the gifts, talents, and attributes that she doesn't have. When this tally is snatched by her bullying sister, Jordan begins a resolute quest for emotional survival. Andrew Clements (Frindle, Extra Credit, Lost and Found) has written another thoughtful novel of problems that young readers really do face.