The Mean Girl Who Never Speaks - Zuni Blue

The Mean Girl Who Never Speaks

By Zuni Blue

  • Release Date: 2015-01-13
  • Genre: Mysteries
Score: 4
From 464 Ratings


The Mya Dove Case Files start with The Mean Girl Who Never Speaks, a crime short story. There's a new girl at school. Rumour has it she doesn't speak, doesn't smile much, and doesn't play with others. That means she's mean, right? Maybe. Maybe not...


  • Great

    By Ellie Rozario
    This book was absolutely great! I really enjoyed it. I think I will rate it 5 whole, shiny and beautiful stars! I would be great if I could read part two!!! Many thanks Ellie
  • The mean girl who never speaks

    By Jessica age 8
    A good book but needs to be more interesting ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
  • The girl who never speaks

    By Flying pig pony
    Good book although it's a little short ok very short but overall good book 📚
  • cool

    By uhuton
    not bad
  • Awesome Book

    By Rainbow_Magic_Sparkles
    It was a good book and I recommend it
  • The mean girl who never speaks

    By Lynzmack32
    I really liked the book, it was really funny. I have learned that if there is a new kid in school not to be mean because they might just be scared to talk. Lily Age 7
  • Good book

    By Cool Cakey
    Nice plot, grape thing a bit weird.
  • Nice read

    By 33kerryhouse
    I definitely liked it!
  • Very good

    By JCPanda2
    I really like this book I would recommend it to anyone that is a young reader and well done to the author for writing such a good book
  • The Mean Girl Who Never Speaks

    I loved this book. Parts of it are hilarious, while others are more touching/serious. I read this with my Mama on the Kindle App for iPad & we took turns to read out loud, doing voices for the different characters. The story had us guessing why Libby wouldn't speak. I related to the character because we have a girl in my class who whispers all of the time in lessons. Reading this book helped me understand her more and have more empathy for her. I was surprised when I realised that the author was the person that Libby was based on and had experienced having social anxiety herself. This obviously gets a five star rating from me because it has an important moral which is don't judge a person before you get to know them, you don't know what they're going through. by Jahleel Zerai Weisser (age 9 1/4)