President of the Whole Sixth Grade

Sherri Winston (Author)
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Description

In this follow-up to President of the Whole Fifth Grade, Brianna navigates her toughest challenge yet: middle school

Brianna Justice is determined to raise enough money for the big class trip to Washington, D.C., but she's up against a lot: classmates who all pretend to be something they're not, a new nemesis determined to run her out of office, and the sinking feeling she's about to lose her two best friends for good. But just when she begins to lose hope, she comes to realize that sometimes surprises can turn out even better than the best-laid plans.

Sherri Winston tells a story brimming with humor and heart as Brianna navigates the ins and outs of middle school, discovering that inspiration can come when you least expect it.

Product Details

Price
$17.00
Publisher
Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Publish Date
November 03, 2015
Pages
320
Dimensions
5.5 X 1.0 X 7.6 inches | 0.8 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780316377232

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About the Author

Sherri Winston is the author of President of the Whole Fifth Grade (a Sunshine State Young Readers Award selection), President of the Whole Sixth Grade (a Kids' Indie Next pick), President of the Whole Sixth Grade: Girl Code, The Sweetest Sound, and The Kayla Chronicles. She lives with her family in Florida.

Reviews

Praise for President of the Whole Sixth Grade
Praise for Sherri Winston's President of the Whole Fifth Grade
- "A sweet confection for middle grade readers." - Booklist
"Winston's humorous prose captures the spirited preteen voice of an honors student with sass, quick wit, and great ideas... A whip-smart, funny, and fast-paced outing equally suited to returning fans and readers who are just meeting Brianna for the first time."--Kirkus Reviews
"Brianna's determination and follow-through make her a great role model, but the true value here is the very real depiction of the ebb and flow of middle-school friendships and the difficulties that come with growing up. An important resource for anyone who's ever been in Brianna's shoes."--Booklist