This charming, heartfelt spin-off novel of Gaby, Lost and Found asks an all-important question: is winning top prize worth losing a friend?
Allie wants to be a trailblazer.
No better feeling exists in the world than stepping to the top of a winner’s podium and hoisting a trophy high in the air. At least, that’s what Allie thinks . . . she’s never actually won anything before. Everyone in her family is special in some way—her younger sister is a rising TV star; her brother is a soccer prodigy; her great-grandfather is a Congressional Medal of Honor winner.
With a family like this, Allie knows she has to make her mark or risk being left behind.
She’s determined to add a shiny medal, blue ribbon, or beautiful trophy to her family’s award shelf. When a prestigious school contest is announced, Allie has the perfect opportunity to take first—at last. There’s just one small snag . . . her biggest competition is also her ex–best friend, Sara. Can Allie take top prize and win back a friend—or is she destined to lose it all?
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