Details about Slump Buster by Piper Lee Burns
When I finish reading the list, Dinah looks like a proud mother, while Rosa Maria looks like a parent who just gave her child the keys to the car. “Happy birthday!” Dinah roars. “Selfie time!” Dinah leans in next to me, holds up the camera just as I settle in, Rosa Maria looking over my shoulder. “Damn, we look good,” she exclaims. She quickly sends it to us, and our phones ding with the message. I smile and look down at my perfect-cute ballpark outfit: snuggly-fitted jeans shaping the one part of my body I liked – my butt – and a dark grey Toros t-shirt covering what I hated. With my oversized, dark sunglasses and my hair twisted into messy curls, I’m a happy ballpark bunny.