Lucy and Cecee's How to Survive In Middle School is all about, you guessed it, middle school! Each chapter is about a different subject and a way to survive. There will also be small stories in each chapter, along with steps in some chapters. There are a total of 34 chapters and 267 pages. Within these pages, you will learn about sleepovers, bullies, popular kids, and more. So, are you going to middle school next year? Be sure to check out Lucy And Cecee's How to Survive in Middle School.
The brain is a complex organ, and learning about it can be hard. Minds and Signs by Rebecca Rose Orton can help you to learn a lot more about the mind. This book will teach you what your own brain is doing almost every time you think of a word (such as "chair"), how your mind classifies things, and more. Pictures accompany the information in this book. If all of this sounds interesting to you, be sure to read Minds and Signs.
Cute, loving, and sassy at the same time, Prissy Little Chloe is the story of ten-year-old dog-lover Jaden who has been wanting a dog for as long as she can remember. She waits and waits, until one Christmas when she overhears her mom talking about getting her a dog.
This story is a great and realistic one for children and pre-teens, so next time you feel like starting a new awesome book, be sure to start reading Prissy Little Chloe.
Josie and the Trouble With Trash by Beth Handman, Kenny Burno, and Antonia Bruno is a children's book about helping clean up trash at the beach and other public places that get littered quickly. Josie, the main character, and her brother, Damien, are staying with their Grandma Carman for the summer. Damien wants to stay at his grandma's and live there, but their dad won't allow it! While the siblings and their grandma are at the beach playing, Josie sees a water bottle in the ocean--a water bottle that inspired her to help pick up trash at the beach.
What Is A Tesseract? And Other Scientific Stuff, by Rebecca Rose Orton, is similar to a textbook, but shorter, consisting of only 30 pages. This book teaches about tesseracts, points, dimensions, and more in a way that some may find interesting and funny, especially since it uses a sun with a face to teach about dimensions. This book has illustrations to help you understand what the text means. As they say, a picture is worth one thousand words.
Greta and her friend Mari are going into the sixth grade this year! But when they get to the first day of school, that's when disaster strikes. Tiffy, the "boss of the whole sixth grade," is the bully, from flipping her hair to talking trash about her peers. But will Greta and Mari survive their sixth-grade year with the bullies and adjusting? They aren't even in the same classes! Find out the answer by reading Boss of the Whole Sixth Grade by Ann Herrick.