Using her keen observation skills, 11yearold Harriet M. Welsch writes down in her notebook what she considers the truth about everyone in and around her New York City neighborhood.
When she loses track of her notebook, it ends up in the wrong hands, and before she can stop them, her friends read the sometimes awful things shes observed and written about each of them. How can Harriet find a way to keep her integrity and also put her life and her friendships back together?
I dont know of a better novel about the costs and rewards of being a truth teller, nor of any book that made more readers of my generation want to become fiction writers. I love the story of Harriet so much I feel as if I lived it. —Jonathan Franzen, author of Freedom and The Corrections"
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