Lola's mom is home but not home, because she's frantically working all the time. Lola's friends are here but not here as allegiances among the foursome change faster than you can forget your lines for a school play. Lola means well but can't help acting on her emotions and getting into trouble. She'll need to dig for bravery as she deals with a possible ghost next door, stage fright, and, hardest of all, making amends with her friends. In this heartwarming tale, Lola is braver than she thinks, and her friendships are stronger than she realizes.
Publisher: Boyds Mills Press
Number of pages: 176
Weight: 241 g
Dimensions: 184 x 140 x 15 mm
"Life is hard when you're alphabetically the last kid in your second-grade class, but Lola Zuckerman takes it in stride. As with previous volumes, Lola faces problems that young readers will find all too relatable... frizzy-haired, freckled Lola is an endearing protagonist, and this installment will is sure to garner fans." --School Library Journal
"Fans of second-grader Lola Zuckerman will be delighted by this third installment in the cheery series.... Each Lola story stands on its own, so emerging chapter-book readers can easily start here without confusion." --Booklist