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The Pizza Puzzle

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Taryn realizes that the whispering she hears between her parents is really fighting, and she is worried that they may get a divorce. Her worry carries over to school, where she is accused of playing a nasty prank on one of her teachers. Her two closest friends have a perfect alibi, so they too wonder—did she do it? To prove her innocence, Taryn must investigate. She finds...more
Hardcover, 119 pages
Published August 1st 1996 by Delacorte Books for Young Readers (first published June 1st 1996)
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Suz
A quick middle grade read. Anyone who has ever been accused of something and worked hard to prove their innocence will empathize with Taryn, as well anyone who has worried about their parents getting divorced.
Mia Claire
I'm not quite satisfied with the story...The ending is very predictable so I think 3 stars would do.
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