Middle School: The Real Deal: From Cafeteria Food to Combination Locks
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Middle School: The Real Deal: From Cafeteria Food to Combination Locks

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What your older sister won't tell you . . .

What your parents don't know . . .

Where's the cafeteria?

How do I get to my next class, with all the right books, in less than five minutes?

How do I deal with standardized tests?

Which clubs should I join?

Can I bring my iPod to school?

If I get stuffed in my locker, how long will it take for someone to find me?

From cliques to class s...more
ebook, 176 pages
Published June 9th 2009 by HarperCollins Publishers (first published April 1st 2001)
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Angela
I really liked this book because the style for the way the information was represented because I felt like they tried to cram a lot of information into a book. Also, this book made me think of other point of views for different situations, instead of the book telling us about how to deal with the situations. I got to think the problems through. I could relate this book in so many ways of how I felt and how I succeeded last year.
Aleeza Batara
This book really helps me on some middle school tips that I have questions with. I really think that this will help the 5th graders when they move to middle school because it is all about starting middle school. But overall, i really like the book.
Nicole
This is a good book that I am currently reading for rising 6th graders. It tells brief things on what to look out for when you go to middle school.
Ashley
Apr 18, 2009 Ashley rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: my sisters when they are going into 7th grade
Recommended to Ashley by: myself
it is very good advise if u are going into middle school
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Previously, Farrell worked as assistant to Senior Literary/Book Agent Robert Bookman and as a reader for the CAA story department. She has produced documentaries for A&E and BRAVO, taught screenwriting for Writers Boot Camp, and is the co-author of two non-fiction books for teens.
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