Allie and her friends have just come back from winter vacation. They are excited about the new Canadian student, Cheyenne O'Malley, until she tells them that they are babyish. You see, Cheyenne thinks playing make believe games with your best friends is immature. Soon Cheynne introduces the fourth grade classes to the "kissing game." In this game, the girls chase a certain boy around during recess until he is cornered, and then they kiss him on the cheek. Allie and her friends don't want to partake in the kissing game. They enjoy playing Dance Party America, "queens," and dollhouse. However, as the other girls in the fourth grade classes get caught up in the "kissing game" and "going with" boys, Allie, Sophie, Erica, and Caroline become stressed and even start fighting with each other. What will they do to survive the craziness that fourth grade has become? Best Friends and Drama Queens, the third book in the Allie Finkle's Rules for Girls series, is just as charming as the first two. Allie and her friends face very relatable fourth grade situations. I can remember the same talk about "going with" boys when I was in fourth grade and not wanting to be a part of the hoopla. I love the fact that Meg Cabot wants children to be children. They have plenty of time to grow up.