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It’s nearly summer vacation in 1993, but the end of fifth grade is a total disaster. Franklin D. Roosevelt Elementary is closing, which means Becky Dulles and her best friends, the Sherlock Pines Gang, will be split up and sent to different schools. Talk about unfair!

Determined to mess with the dumb plan, Becky leads her pals on a mission to steal their permanent records.
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Paperback, 171 pages
Published February 12th 2019 by Kersti Niebruegge
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May 22, 2019 rated it it was amazing
What a delightful book! At the end of the school year, the students are told that their school is closing, they will be sent to different schools the next year, and their dreaded Permanent Records will accompany them. So, like true Middle Schoolers, the group of friends decide to at least start with clean slates at their new schools by stealing their Permanent Records. What begins as a simple theft escalates into a major adventure. I highly recommend this book. It will definitely make you smile- ...more
Jeanne Bartow
Sep 02, 2019 rated it it was amazing
An exciting tale of adventure for middle schoolers. Perfect mix of imagination, fun and reminiscing about 90s pop culture.
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Jun 07, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Excellent book!
Virginia
May 02, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Hysterical! Fun read for young and old...we all have permanent records.
I passed this book on to my great-nephew. He read it in 2 days and thoroughly enjoyed it.
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A HILARIOUS TALE ABOUT FRIENDS, SCHOOL, AND ADVENTURE IN 1993. Ages 10+

It’s nearly summer vacation in 1993, but the end of fifth grade is a total disaster. Franklin D. Roosevelt Elementary is closing, which means Becky Dulles and her best friends, the Sherlock Pines Gang, will be split up and sent to different schools. Talk about unfair!

Determined to mess with the dumb plan, Becky leads her pals on a mission to steal their permanent records. (At least t
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Kersti Niebruegge graduated from the University of Wisconsin–Madison with a degree in journalism and has worked for Late Night with Seth Meyers, Conan, and BBC Worldwide. She is the author of three humorous novels: Mistake, Wisconsin (2014 YA), The Zonderling (2015 Fiction), and That Summer We Stole Our Permanent Records (2019 Middle-grade).

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