This Again?

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Price
$16.99  $15.80
Publisher
Little Brown and Company
Publish Date
Pages
272
Dimensions
5.28 X 7.72 X 1.18 inches | 0.75 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780316553186

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About the Author
Adam Borba is a writer and filmmaker from California who has developed and produced movies for Walt Disney Studios. He is the author of the middle grade novels The Midnight Brigade, Outside Nowhere, and This Again.
Reviews
A Back to the Future kind of story for middle grade readers that's funny, clever, and full of heart!--Courtney Sheinmel, author of The Kindness Club and My Pet Slime series
A time bending instant classic that will appeal to past, present, and future versions of every reader.--David Soren, director of Captain Underpants: the First Epic Movie and writer/director of Turbo
This ultra-clever adventure is perfectly in sync with both middle-school reality and middle-school fantasy. A charming story of real-life troubles careening down a time-travel bowling lane. Highly recommended!--Trenton Lee Stewart, author of the award-winning and New York Times bestselling The Mysterious Benedict Society series and The Secret Keepers
Adam Borba's combined his funny, sympathetic tale of middle school pressures - the mysteries of first loves, popularity, and higher math - with a twisty time travel tale that reveals the perils of perfectionism and the value of family and true friends. I'd pull for main character Noah Nicholson in any timeline, any day. But I'd never let him do my laundry.--Sheila Turnage, author of Newbery Honor Book Three Times Lucky
A smart and hilarious time-loop romp--Noah for the win!--Sarah Mlynowski, New York Times bestselling author of the Best Wishes and Whatever After series
"[A] whip-smart comedy."--Publisher's Weekly
"A charming new middle grade speculative fiction... both nostalgic and fresh. Its hopeful exuberance in the face of junior high angst is reminiscent of Judy Blume, its quirky high jinks evoke the works of Louis Sachar."--School Library Journal