Lucy Rose: Working Myself to Pieces and Bits
Title: Lucy Rose: Working Myself to Pieces and Bits
Author: Katy Kelly
In her diary fourth grader Lucy Rose, lover of palindromes and big words, records her adventures with friends Jonique and Melonhead, including their unorthodox ways of raising money for the McBees to remodel their bakery.
I’M LUCY ROSE and here’s the thing about friends: I am lucky in them. And here’s the thing about that: sometimes they are in need, indeed, especially when one of them buys a plumbing store and needs to diva it up so it can turn into a bakery. That is one job that takes work and costs plenty, and even 72 or more McBees couldn’t get that job done by themselves. But between all the stuff you have to do in fourth and my bingo-calling and keeping track of my gigantic vocabulary and trying to keep away from the word thief Ashley and trying to stop the worst rumor you ever heard and dreaming up a money-making scheme that doesn’t cost us money and plus having to build that bakery, I am working myself to pieces and bits. I would say most people would be so beat tired they’d collapse on the spot, but here’s what I say to that: I am one busy bee who loves my friends.