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“In her second book in the series, Middle School Confidential: Real Friends vs. the Other Kind, Annie Fox delivers another powerful, helpful, and entertaining book for kids. . . . Reluctant readers could easily be attracted by this style where they can flip to any page in the book to get the information they need without having to read the entire book.” —Once Upon a Book
“Nine out of ten people agree that middle school can be the toughest period in a young person’s life . . . and this wonderful book by our friends at Free Spirit can help a young person in that journey. This graphic book (comic book style for those of us who grew up a while ago) should be slipped into every new middle schooler’s backpack or under his or her pillow.” —Reach and Teach
“There’s a lot packed into this colorful title that falls somewhere between self-help and peer advice.” —School Library Journal
“Amazing, colorful, and educational. . . . Middle school kids would definitely benefit from reading this.” —Sue Scheff, parent advocate, founder of P.U.R.E.™, and author of Google™ Bomb and Wit’s End
“Fox does a remarkable job of laying out familiar middle school scenarios.”—ParentingPink.com
Learning and Laughter Favorite Educational Product Award Winner
Kidlutions™ Preferred Product Award (PPA)
“Young readers will be able to relate to the teens in the books and will feel as though they’re having a conversation with their friends. Entering middle school can be tough, which is why it’s great to have a series like this that middle graders can turn to.”—Lori Calabrese, children’s books examiner, Examiner.com
Great for kids to read. Important suggestions and examples given. Easy to read. My daughter loved it and things that 'mom' was telling her now made sense.Published 23 months ago by Giorgio Visentin