One of my nieces was reading this so I figured I'd steal it for a day and see what it was like. A frenetic read about an 8th grader who goes to a new school in a new town/state after her mom pulls her for bullying, only to be mistaken for the interm principal. What starts as a good opportunity to have a laugh turns into a tale of discovery as the girl, Robin, realizes that actions--good and bad--have consequences--good and bad. For the most part I enjoyed this and felt it taught an important lesson without being heavy handed or preachy. However, considering it was already over the top in basic plot, it didn't need to go so far as to turn the adventure into a national issue that changes the lives of hundreds. In other words, the tale should have ended a chapter earlier and have made a delightful romp.