THE BREAKFAST CLUB meets middle school with a prank twist in this hilarious and heartwarming story about six very different seventh graders who are forced to band together after a vandalism incident.

When Theo's photography project is mysteriously vandalized at school there are five suspected students who all say "it wasn't me."

Theo just wants to forget about the humiliating incident but his favorite teacher is determined to get to the bottom of it and has the six of them come into school over vacation to talk. She calls it "Justice Circle." The six students—the Nerd, the Princess, the Jock, the Screw Up, the Weirdo, and the Nobody—think of it as detention. AKA their worst nightmare.

That is until they realize they might get along after all, despite their differences. But what is everyone hiding and will school ever be the same?
Praise for It Wasn't Me:

"Every reader will find some piece of themselves in Levy's sharp, humorous, and heartfelt novel. A twisty mystery with quirky, unforgettable characters and a positive message to boot."
—John David Anderson, the critically acclaimed author of Ms. Bixby’s Last Day and Posted
 


Praise for Dana Alison Levy: 


"Sara has a truly unique tween voice, with her concerns about big-picture issues never diminishing the importance of her need for a new hair look or a burgeoning friendship with a fellow traveler…its engaging main character makes it a truly memorable read." —Booklist, starred review on This Would Make a Good Story Someday 


"An old-fashioned summer adventure set in a very modern world, this lively family tale will leave readers impatient for more." —Kirkus Reviews starred review on The Misadventures of Family Fletcher 

“As in the first book, gentle humor abounds: in one memorable scene, a series of mishaps literally sinks the boys’ latest lighthouse fund-raising scheme…A must-have middle grade family story with contemporary sensibilities.” —School Library Journal starred review on The Misadventures of Family Fletcher