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Written by Jayla Series | She Thinks She’s Soo Cute

Set in a small urban town called Clemont, She Thinks She's Soo Cute tells the story of Jayla Brown. Jayla’s a 12-year-old girl and leader amongst her peers who has always been comfortable with her social standing with her friends at school. However, the arrival of a new girl, Kia Michaels, threatens to shift how everyone fits into the pecking order of Mrs. Newman's sixth grade class.
When it becomes clear that Kia is keeping a secret and her secret is revealed, she suddenly becomes the victim of bullying. Jayla then has to find the courage to stand up against bullying, even when some of those bullies are her own friends. She makes entries in her diary daily. Those entries become therapeutic for her and those around her... It’s all Written by Jayla

Girls and Bullying

1%

take part in the bullying

9%

just watch what goes on

30%

do nothing to help victim

35%

try to help the bullied student

Chapter 1 (Inevitable)


My nose twitched as the smell of breakfast wafted into my room. That gave me some energy. I could smell bacon. I threw my covers off.

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Chapter 1 (Inevitable)


He came forward and threw his arm around my shoulder. Wrinkling my nose to show my dissatisfaction, I swiped his arm away.

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Chapter 3 (Bandwagon)


“Hi, Kia,” the class recited. A new kind of excitement had entered the atmosphere. A new student. How she would fit in among the rest of us...

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Chapter 3 (Bandwagon)


I'm supposed to be her partner for the year (whatever that means) but I don't even know anything about her. Maybe I can start getting to know her tomorrow.

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Chapter 5 (The Party)


“Yeah,” the other girl said. “Count on it. The only reason people were messing with you is because Shana was going around sayin' that you think you're better than everybody.”

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Chapter 6 (Shift)


A rock settled in my stomach when I saw realization form on Whitney’s face. An almost guilty expression was thrown in my direction as Whitney got up to sit next to her new best friend.

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