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Three girls and three boys with differing ethnic backgrounds, personalities, and interests form an unlikely bond and unwavering friendship as they join together to help their fellow friends, school, and entire community!

Despite being the new girl in middle school, Castle quickly finds herself volunteering to help the not-so-popular boy create a mascot uniform. She also faces having to choose being friends with a friendless, shy girl vs. the popular group of girls. Then out of nowhere, her locker gets trashed with a single clue left behind exposing the popular girls as the culprits. After she confronts the popular girls shredding any chance of friendship, the quirky boy with the locker next to her admits to being the locker-trashing perpetrator! She enlists his help and his sport-fanatic sidekick to solve the Mascot Dilemma as punishment for his crime along with the shy girl. One popular girl sides with Castle instead of the mean, popular girls, so that makes five of them now on the mascot mission. And then enters the rich kid who is surprisingly more helpful than boastful.

The Keeper Klub, as they call themselves, is born as the middle schoolers struggle with the same aches and pains as every other kid their age. But what sets them apart is their collaboration and eccentric humor as the six kids, despite their differences, find that there is more to middle school life than just crushes, homework, and sports!

Three girls and three boys with differing ethnic backgrounds, personalities, and interests form an unlikely bond and unwavering friendship as they join together to help their fellow friends, school, and entire community!

Moving to a new state with her parents coincides with having to start 6th grade in middle school!

Despite being the new girl in middle school, Castle quickly finds herself volunteering to help the not-so-popular boy create a mascot uniform. She also faces having to choose being friends with a friendless, shy girl vs. the popular group of girls. Then out of nowhere, her locker gets trashed with a single clue left behind exposing the popular girls as the culprits. After she confronts the popular girls shredding any chance of friendship, the quirky boy with the locker next to her admits to being the locker-trashing perpetrator! She enlists his help and his sport-fanatic sidekick to solve the Mascot Dilemma as punishment for his crime along with the shy girl. One popular girl sides with Castle instead of the mean, popular girls, so that makes five of them now on the mascot mission. And then enters the rich kid who is surprisingly more helpful than boastful.

The Keeper Klub, as they call themselves, is born as the middle schoolers struggle with the same aches and pains as every other kid their age. But what sets them apart is their collaboration and eccentric humor as the six kids, despite their differences, find that there is more to middle school life than just crushes, homework, and sports!

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About…

Mascot Dilemma, the first book in the Keeper Klub Series, is designed for MG/YA at 38,000+ words. I am disguised as a simple stay at home mother but the desire to be an author is a passion and dream I refuse to ignore! I have recently published an article for the online magazine A Fine Parent. I am married to my best friend and have two incredible teenage kids! We struggled finding fun, silly, interesting books that intrigued them and left them craving for more! This book series is designed for the books to be told from various points of view giving each member of the Keeper Klub a chance to be the main character in the series, thus, giving these books a girl and boy point of view thus attracting both the young girl and boy readers!

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About…

Mascot Dilemma, the first book in the Keeper Klub Series, is designed for MG/YA at 38,000+ words. I am disguised as a simple stay at home mother but the desire to be an author is a passion and dream I refuse to ignore! I have recently published an article for the online magazine A Fine Parent. I am married to my best friend and have two incredible teenage kids! We struggled finding fun, silly, interesting books that intrigued them and left them craving for more! This book series is designed for the books to be told from various points of view giving each member of the Keeper Klub a chance to be the main character in the series, thus, giving these books a girl and boy point of view thus attracting both the young girl and boy readers!