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Bryce, a new second grader moves to the same neighborhood as a little girl who can't take a hint, Julie Baker. Julie invites herself over to their U-Haul and tries to help them unpack. Bryce's father assures her that they don't need help and tries to send her away.
When Julie Baker saw her new neighbor, Bryce walk in to her 2nd grade classroom... She flipped! She was so excited to see hime. The cruel students because to tease them and call them a couple. While this didn't bother Julianna, it surely bothered Bryce. He HATED Julie. Nonetheless, Julie baker was "in love" with Bryce.
Fast forward to 6th grade: Julie Baker loved the Sycamore tree in her neighborhood. She'd been climbing in it for years. One day, she found out they were going to tear it down and she protested from inside. The tree sat right above the school bus stop. When the constructors were threatening Julianna to come down and saying they;d cut her down if need be, she saw Bryce. She asked him to protest with her; however just got on the bus.
Julie brought Bryce's family eggs everyday. The family feared of getting salmonella because Julie's yard was messy and unkept. So to spare Julie's felings, Bryce just throws them in the garbage when she's not around. One day, he went to throw them out and Julie caught him. He confessed to her his reason for throwing them out and ended up insulting her yard. This left Julie furious.
Bryce finally realizes he's developed a crush on who he once found to be the most annoying girl in the world. He constantly finds himself staring at Julie and thinking about her. He attempts to kiss her in front of everyone in school, but she runs away.
Bryce tried so hard to get Julie's attention back; however she still wanted nothing to do with him... Until one day... Julie looked outside her window, and to her dismay, Bryce is digging a hole in the yard. She runs out there only to find that Bryce is planting her, her very own Sycamore tree.
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