Super Dorks

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Product Details

Price
$16.99
Publisher
Sky Pony
Publish Date
Pages
304
Dimensions
5.8 X 1.2 X 8.3 inches | 0.9 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781510731448
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About the Author

Beth Vrabel is the award-winning author of A Blind Guide to Stinkville, A Blind Guide to Normal, and the Pack of Dorks series. She can't clap to the beat or be trusted around Nutella, but indulges in both often, much to the dismay of her family. She lives in the Dallas, Texas area.

Reviews

"Lucy's heartfelt voice, as she develops a growing understanding--and acceptance--of herself and her friends, is believable and moving, returning to the wisdom and deep emotional resonance that elevated to excellence the first of this series. . . . A first-rate exploration of the quiet heroism that keeps unpopular kids moving ahead toward a happier future." --Kirkus Reviews

Praise for Pack of Dorks
"Lucy's feisty narration, emotionally resonant situations and the importance of the topic all elevate this effort well above the pack." --Kirkus Reviews, starred review

"Pack of Dorks is the pack I want to join." -- Amanda Flower, author of Agatha Award nominee Andi Unexpected

"Lucy's growth and smart, funny observations entertain and empower in Vrabel's debut, a story about the benefits of embracing one's true self and treating others with respect." -- Publishers Weekly

Praise for Camp Dork
"Vrabel paints a realistic depiction of tween life, particularly its emotional confusion. Preteen readers will connect with Lucy's personal struggles and be entertained by her disastrous attempts at camp life." -- Booklist

"Vrabel has a rare talent for expressing the tenderness, frustration, awkwardness, confusion, and fun of growing up. VERDICT In Vrabel's capable hands, the ups and downs of adolescence shine through with authenticity and humor." -- School Library Journal

"With good humor, Vrabel explores the pitfalls of emerging preteenhood. This quick read nonetheless effectively delves into interpersonal pitfalls that will be familiar to most older grade schoolers, and Lucy's developing insight may even provide a few hints for staying on the right path. Honest, funny, and entertaining." -- Kirkus Reviews