Author Lisa Yee takes readers back to Rancho Rosetta Middle School in her new release Warp Speed. The school that gave you Millicent Min, Stanford Wong, and Emily Ebers, now presents Marley Sandelski, a self-described Star Trek geek and unpopular middle school student who feels invisible to everyone but the bullies. Kid Reporter Damien Murphy visited Ms. Yee in her home in South Pasadena, California, in April 2011 to get the scoop on Warp Speed, her future publishing plans, AND her famous traveling Peep!
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