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Sixth-Grade Sleepover

3.53 of 5 stars 3.53  ·  rating details  ·  83 ratings  ·  7 reviews
Janey worries that the sixth grade Rabbit Reading Club's all-night sleepover will expose her fear of the dark, but it turns out that she is not the only member with a secret.
Paperback, 112 pages
Published November 1st 1996 by Scholastic (first published 1986)
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Great jolly story , that manages to incorporate a heavy theme ( being afraid of the dark because of a traumatic event ) without ever becoming heavy-handed. The book centers around members of a reading club called R.A.B.B.I.T.S -( Read a book bring it to school ) who are about to have an overnight read-in at the school. While the news is exciting ( the sleepover is co-ed ) , Janey doesn't think she can get past her fear even though her wonderfully supportive bestfriend Claudia suggests they can h ...more
Katie Fitzgerald
Unlike last week's book, I don't think this one holds up so well. I loved reading it, because it reminded me of the books I read as a kid, and even the type of school I went to. I pictured my old school gym, and the open area classrooms in my former elementary school as the setting, and I enjoyed the innocent tone of the story, as compared with today's tween books, but I don't think it would appeal very widely to kids today. It appears that it was released at least once more, in 1996, but has be ...more
This was a really good book, but I don't remember it perfectly well.

I read this book a long time ago and do not really remember it. I don’t know what else to say about it besides that I recommend it to kids 9 and up (Maybe older depends on the kid) and that everyone should read it. I may not remember this book to well but I know I did enjoy reading it.
I read this book when I was in or around the 6th grade. I thought it was a great story about friends, fears, and crushes (everything I felt at that time). Told from a girls perspective it was funny and easy to read.
I had to read it for for school. i thought that it would be boring but it gets interisting.
When I was younger, I read this a million times. It was one of my favorite books.
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