The Prank List


Product Details

$11.99  $11.03
Sourcebooks Jabberwocky
Publish Date
July 01, 2014
5.38 X 0.7 X 7.45 inches | 0.54 pounds
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About the Author

Anna Staniszewski lives outside of Boston with her husband and an adorably crazy dog. She was named the Boston Public Library's 2006-2007 Writer-in-Residence and a winner of the 2009 PEN New England Discovery Award. When she's not writing, Anna spends her time teaching, reading, and not cleaning her house. Visit her at


"Staniszewski keeps the focus on comedy...but she lets her story become a bit more serious with the pranks Rachel plays. Clearly, Rachel will learn a few life lessons as she stumbles through her summer, but they go down easy in this narrative peppered with such amusing catchphrases as "Oh my goldfish" and "What the Shrek?" Gentle fun laced with equally gentle wisdom." - Kirkus Reviews
"Tween readers who find Rachel endearing will find a fast-paced comedy of errors." - School Library Journal
"This new middle grade novel is a true treat to read, comparable to a delicious sweet cupcake, and makes you smile at many moments." - Marjolein Reads
"A really fun, sweet and fast paced book with a nice message. It's suitable for young readers in their early teens." - The Sweetest Reads
"The Prank List hooks readers with snappy dialogue from the beginning... Rachel is a likable character for middle school readers, who will relate to her problems..." - VOYA
"[Anna Staniszewski's] voice is spot-on. Hilarious, charming, moving, wacky, smart. " - Janet Fox, Through the Wardrobe
"Anna's writing style is so much fun to read. It's a fluid and perfectly paced tale with a blend of funny and serious content. This is a great series that I highly recommend for young teens! " - My Book Addiction
"" - Booklist
"A refreshingly different take on the preteen, a healthy one at that, and perhaps even a more realistic one... Anna Staniszewski has a good understanding of the age group, neither romanticizing them nor demeaning them." - Seattle PI