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The waters of fourth grade were perilous, all sharks and hidden reefs. But here they were, Suze and Kayden, proof positive that Trudy wasn't the least popular girl in the school. It was a triumph, the result of months of research and careful planning.
"You have a dollhouse?" Suze asked, prodding the offending object with one precociously painted fingernail.
"It's from when I was smaller," said Trudy. "I outgrew it."
"Oughtta dump it," said Kayden. Suze nodded emphatically.
Trudy looked down, appropriately shamed. They didn't need to know that Trudy's sisters would need the house, too... when they finally hatched.