These are minor characters in the Lindsey Bergman book.
The school librarian.
Lindsey's paternal uncle. He was pervious married to Rhonda for twenty five years before they divorced. In the book, he moves into the Bergmans' house.
Lindsey's older brother. He's preparing for his bar mitzvah in the book.
Lindsey's father. He's an engineer at a high-tech company and often keeps his pockets filled with various items.
A classmate of Lindsey. She becomes Lindsey's best friend later in the book. April and Lindsey become friends after Lindsey saves April from Blair Kolinski and Missy Rizzo. Blair and Missy were bullying April after school by doing thing such as putting her shoes in the garbage.
Lindsey's teacher. Miss Kenney is engaged, but allergic to metal so she can't wear a ring.
A classmate of Lindsey. She is a bully, and is friends with Missy Rizzo, another bully. Blair bullies April Greely mostly.
The principal of Lindsey's school; Lindsey gets into trouble with him for wrecking the pet day parade.
One of Lindsey's teachers. He teaches music and is a victim in one of Lindsey's plots. Lindsey tries to get Mr. Pingler to date her teacher, Miss Kinney.
Lindsey's aunt. She was married to Uncle Bernie, but divorced him.
A bully in Lindsey's class. She is friends with Blair Kolinkski, and together they bully Lindsey's friend, April Greely, after school.
A neighbor of the Bergmans.
Lindsey's cousin. She is one of the main people who convinced Aunt Rhonda to divorce Uncle Bernie. Lindsey tries to get Uncle Bernie to date Sophie, however this doesn't work out, as Lindsey didn't know that they hate each other.
A very annoying kid in Lindsey's class. At the beginning of the book, Lindsey steals Josh's iguana. Josh's mother is Mrs. Thompson, Lindsey's neighbor. Lindsey finds that Josh's nickname is "Joshy." In the end of the book, Lindsey and Josh start to become friends.
Josh's mother; the family is a neighbor of the Bergmans. She loves gardening, specifically rose bushes, and work-out tapes.