My One Hundred Adventures (synopsis)
by Polly Horvath
Because the narrator/central character in the book is a 12-year-old girl (and because of it's short length), I assume this is meant to be a children's book, though I think it might be a bit too mature to be one. The subject matter is quite serious at times (including the unknown paternity of 4 siblings and their single mother who seems to be in love with all of them), though the "adventures" are mostly amusing.
I quite enjoyed it though. It was very entertaining.... a fun read.
Age Recommendation: 12 and up