CONFESSIONS OF A NERDY GIRL: NERDY GIRLS DON’T
On the Willa Shisbey My Life Sucks scale of one to ten, Willa’s life is an eleven.
It’s not just that she’s a medically documented freak-of-nature with the ability to recall her past with the accuracy of a computer, or that her adoptive parents are divorcing and Willa fears she might be an orphan — again. But now her OCD has gotten so out of control that she’s managed to push away the only two friends she’s ever had.
Willa’s troubles continue to grow, and cement her nerdy girl status at Triton Middle School, when a shortage of boys in her science class pairs her with a new student—a girl—for a class project. Willa and her partner must “marry” and care for a computerized baby for seventy-two hours in order to pass the course.
The only problem is that Willa, the girl with the memory that won’t let her forget, has somehow managed to lose the baby.