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TotA+lly middle school : tales of family, friends, and fitting in / edited by Betsy Groban.

TotA+lly middle school : tales of family, friends, and fitting in

Groban, Betsy, editor, writer of introduction. (Added Author).
Lowry, Lois. (Added Author).
Maguire, Gregory. (Added Author).
Schmidt, Gary D. (Added Author).
Cushman, Karen. (Added Author).
Khan, Hena. (Added Author).
Hahn, Mary Downing (Added Author).
Engle, Margarita (Added Author).
Sidman, Joyce. (Added Author).
Paterson, Katherine. (Added Author).
Paterson, Jordan. (Added Author).
Park, Linda Sue. (Added Author).
Dobbin, Anna. (Added Author).
Wiesner, David. (Added Author).

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  • ISBN: 1524772208
  • ISBN: 9781524772208
  • ISBN: 1524772216
  • ISBN: 9781524772215
  • Physical Description: 178 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: New York : Delacorte Press, an imprint of Random House Children's Books, [2018]

Content descriptions

Formatted Contents Note:
Letters / by Lois Lowry -- What planet are you from? / by Gregory Maguire -- When she whined in her sleep / by Gary D. Schmidt -- Looking for home / by Karen Cushman -- How to make s'mores / by Hena Khan -- The skater / by Mary Downing Hahn -- Imaginary mambo / by Margarita Engle -- Ode to the Band Room / by Joyce Sidman -- TBH I NEED HELP!! / by Katherine Paterson and Jordan Paterson -- Dog people / by Linda Sue Park and Anna Dobbin -- Middle school / by David Wiesner.
Summary, etc.:
"Best-selling and award-winning authors take on the brave new world of middle school in this remarkable collection, brimming with humor and heart. Subjects range from peer pressure, homework, family issues, and cultural barriers to the unexpected saving graces of music, art, friendship, and reading. This engaging anthology, filled with texts, emails, formal letters, stories in verse, first-person narratives, and even a short graphic novel, shines a light on the sometimes challenging, always rewarding coming-of-age years."--Dust jacket flap.
Subject: Middle schools > Juvenile fiction.
Middle school students > Juvenile fiction.
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