Middle School Is Worse Than Meatloaf

Middle School Is Worse Than Meatloaf

A Year Told Through Stuff

Book - 2007
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The first year of middle school can be exciting, or scarey, just ask Ginny.
ISBN: 9780689852817
0689852819
9781442436633
Characteristics: 1 volume (unpaged) :,illustrations (chiefly colour) ;,22 cm.
Additional Contributors: Castaldi, Elicia - Illustrator

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labraden
Sep 28, 2020

I really enjoyed reading this book. The story is told using items from Ginny's (the main character) seventh grade year. Ginny is very optimistic as she starts her 7th grade year, setting valuable goals for herself and making good grades. As the year goes on, she faces challenges with her peers, her two brothers, and her mother's new husband. Each of these problems is presented through a series of items including lists, report cards, notes and instant messages to her friends.

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kimia2008
Aug 04, 2020

I think this book was good but my only problem was that the handwriting was a little confusing and hard to read

MelissaStorytime Jul 19, 2019

Can not say enough good things about this book. The way the story is told is amazing. It's a book in stuff, that means notes from parents to kids, report cards, texts, and comics. Not only fabulous to look at, but a very realistic portrayal of life in middle school. This is a good book for readers who have trouble tracking when they read, because there are no large paragraphs to decipher. If you like this, be sure to read the sequel, "Eight Grade is Making Me SICK".

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meimei830
Jul 20, 2017

should i get it??

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gekeler
Nov 24, 2015

My 6th grade daughter loved this book.

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tayrae
Jun 16, 2014

I loved it, read it in less than 4 days,
so fun and easy to read

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copicmarker
Jun 20, 2013

i love it!

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MissECE
Apr 09, 2013

My daughter could not put this down .... I wish there were more books in this series.

angiem99 Nov 02, 2012

This was a really entertaining read, a very creatie way to represent a story. Though I wish the story could've ended in a more ''complete'' way. Because I dont know what happened to some people in the end.

Emawesome Dec 13, 2011

Cute book, talks about a girls seventh grade expeience.

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ruthgoldkamp
Nov 13, 2017

ruthgoldkamp thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 9 and 15

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copicmarker
Jun 20, 2013

copicmarker thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 8 and 16

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