Tween readers will love following the adventures of Mackenzie “Zee” Blue. California girl Zee is an expert shopper, plays the guitar and writes songs, and makes purses and jewelry. She knows how it feels to have a huge crush. And she knows how to be a good friend and keeps in touch via texts and emails. Tween fans of the Dork Diaries and Diary of a Wimpy Kid series will love the Mackenzie Blue books. This collection includes books 1 through 5.
Mackenzie Blue: Meet Mackenzie Blue, aka Zee. She has it all—smarts, talent, humor, and style. Is it enough to survive middle school? Countdown to a 7th Grade Meltdown. . .
Mackenzie Blue #2: The Secret Crush: Mackenzie Blue has a crush! But how can she get Landon—the cutest boy in school—to notice her? The class's new rock-and-roll musical is her chance. Between her crush, the musical, and her friends—not to mention school work—Zee is torn in a thousand different directions. With all the real-life drama going on, will she lose sight of what's really important?
Mackenzie Blue #3: Friends Forever?: Zee and the rest of her class from the Brookdale Academy are off on a camping trip to compete in an environmental scavenger hunt. Zee is extra psyched because her best friend, Ally, is visiting from Paris. It should be fabulous having all her friends in one place, but for some reason everyone is fighting!
Mackenzie Blue #4: Mixed Messages: Zee and her friends from Brookdale Academy launch Bluetopia, a fab social media site—which is perfect, because Zee's band, The Beans, is about to have its biggest show ever. Everyone is talking about it on Bluetopia. At least it would be perfect if a glitch in the Bluetopia system didn't threaten to ruin the show—and Zee's life!
Mackenzie Blue #5: Double Trouble: Mackenzie Blue is a star! Or she will be . . . as soon as she gets the part of an aspiring singer on a new TV pilot! But juggling auditions and the rest of her life turns out to be harder than Zee thought. Zee's friends are helping her hold everything together. But Zee doesn't like having to bail on plans—and her friends—to run to another audition. Is being a star worth it?