Lindsey is one of those people who always try to do good, but for some reason their efforts have a tendency to cause more problems than they solve. In Lindsey's case, it's like getting in trouble with the police for putting happy faces on garbage cans, or trying to bring people together who don't want to be together. Then there's also the saving of an unpopular student from bullies, or standing up to other girl students who don't like her, or trying to find her missing dog, or---. Anyhow, you get the idea. Lindsey is basically a whirlwind of action, although she generally acts first and then thinks about it later, if she does at all.
It's a really funny book, yet it also is a very positive book, showing how one person's actions can, even with some rough spots, really make a difference in the lives of other people. It's a good stand-alone book from American Girls.
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