"I heard Amanda stole a tube of lip gloss the last time she went to the store."
"Are you serious?" Lacey gasps. "You mean she shoplifted it?"
Jennifer leans closer to Lacey. "Yeah. I hear she does it all the time."
"I’m not surprised." Lacey lowers her voice. "She just seems like the sort of person you can’t trust."
"I know, right?"
Jessie hunched over her peanut butter and jelly sandwich with a scowl. She tore off a chunk of crust and shoved it into her mouth, although she wasn’t hungry. In fact, she’d be fine if the lunch hour bell rang. Then she wouldn’t have to watch Lizzie chum it up with her new friends. Not that she cared. Nope. Their friendship was done. Finished. For good.
“Mind if I sit here?” Gail, a girl from her soccer team, motioned to an empty space at the cafeteria table.
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