I read the book Camo Girl by Kekla Magoon. Ella is the only African American girl in her grade and gets teased a lot because of how she looks. Her best friend is a boy she calls, Z. They are the "weird kids" in school, the outsiders. That is, until a new kid comes to school. Bailey James. He is another African American who becomes really nice and popular right away. Ella finally feel like she could fit into the popular side because of Bailey. Ella and Bailey hit it off and become good friends. Ella now has to choose whether to switch to the popular side or to stay with her friend, Z who really needs her. In my opinion this book was really good. I liked it because it was really easy to imagine the story as I read it. This was because the author used very good description and detail. I also really liked the plot of the story. This book is realistic fiction because I think the author took clips out of her own life to create a story others should be aware of. This book is also realistic fiction because what happens in the story could actually happen in real life. I think older girls would like this book because it is a pretty serious book about many different issues involving relationships, friendships, and family problems. But it is also a good book to learn from. An external problem in this book is when Ella gets picked on a lot at school by other boys and girls. I think this conflict would be a Man vs. Society. I hope you think about reading this book!