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Jane Waleski and her best friend, Emily Zuckerman, are average achievers on a good day and losers on a bad day, but they're quite proud of it! Or so they convince themselves. They read only the shortest books for book reports and always have the worst project for science class. On top of that they are hopeless romantics. So Jane and Emily form Loser Club: an exclusive club of two. But when a new science teacher shows up at their school, Jane tries to impress her and suddenly finds herself trying to be not so average. Will she have to resign as vice president of Loser Club?

Chapter 1
No.1

Jane Waleski shot her basketball over the head of her best friend, Emily Zuckerman, and missed the hoop completely. Emily collapsed on the ground, panting.

"Let's be honest," she said to Jane. "You and I are losers."

"Why do you have to state the obvious?" Jane laughed. She thought both Emily and her already knew it for a fact since they first became best friends in sixth grade.

Besides Emily always had a way of making it sound funny. Jane hadn't been completely hopeless, though. She did make a few shots during basketball practice. In class, she managed to pull off a few B minus on her tests. She might not be as good in sports and school as Caroline, her perfect sister, but she wasn't as bad as Emily either.

"I have a brilliant idea," Emily suddenly said. Jane was surprised since brilliant ideas were rare to pop up in their minds. "We could form a club."

Jane pulled her best friend to a seated position and dropped down to her level so that they could talk better and to find out what silly brilliant idea Emily had come up with.

"A club for what?" she asked, cocking her head to the side.

"A club for

losers," Emily said with a grin, which made Jane laugh again. "It would be open only for people like us. Like, you'd have to be bad at a certain number of things to quality for a membership. For example, you'd have to miss the most baskets in P.E, and read the shortest books for English class, and have the worst experiment at the science fair."

"And we'll call it..." Jane prompted, as if waiting for a brilliant name, too, but then again, brilliant names don't come easily for them either.

"Loser Club!" Emily exclaimed, looking both proud and excited. "You know like the 'Breakfast Club', or something like that."

"Do people have to eat breakfast together to be in the Breakfast Club, though?" Jane wondered, getting distracted as always.

"I don't know, I just heard about it somewhere, so I stole the idea," Emily shrugged. "So I'll be the president, and you can be the vice president. Well...unless you want to be the president? I don't mind."

"No." Jane shook her head. "The club was your idea."

Besides, Jane figured it was more loser-ish to be vice president than president – even of a loser club for two.

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