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Cheat Sheet (How I Survived Middle School Series #5)
     

Cheat Sheet (How I Survived Middle School Series #5)

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by Nancy Krulik
 

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Bestselling author Nancy Krulik delves into the mind of a twelve-year-old who is trying to survive middle school.

It's the annual statewide history test challenge, and Joyce Kilmer Middle School has never had a finalist-- until now! This year, there are two finalists, and they're both Jenny's friends. But one finalist isn't known for finishing at the top of the

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Bestselling author Nancy Krulik delves into the mind of a twelve-year-old who is trying to survive middle school.

It's the annual statewide history test challenge, and Joyce Kilmer Middle School has never had a finalist-- until now! This year, there are two finalists, and they're both Jenny's friends. But one finalist isn't known for finishing at the top of the class, and The Pops figure someone must have cheated. The next day, the word is out all over the school! Could it be true? Is one of Jenny's friends a cheater?

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Children's Literature - Leslie Rounds
One of the "How I Survived Middle School" series, this quick read delves into some of the issues of middle school life. The first person narrator is sixth grader Jenny McAfee, one of a tight-knit group of friends. Two members of her clique score high enough on a test to qualify for the statewide history bee, but one of them, Liza, has never done well on tests before. She is publicly accused of cheating by the popular girls in the school. With a lot of ambiguous evidence, even her friends begin to doubt her. When the truth comes out, Liza reveals a secret that explains her success on the test and a whole lot more. The story makes frequent references to the often dramatic social issues most middle-schoolers encounter on a daily basis. Character development is weak so the impact of ostracism and public humiliation are diminished in significance. The narrative is chatty and fast-paced, but superficial. The book includes a few self-scoring quizzes for readers, with topics such as "Are You Boy Crazy?" and "How Honest Are You?" Some middle-schoolers may enjoy this brief novel, but it seems more likely to appeal to younger readers who are aspiring toward middle school. Reviewer: Leslie Rounds\

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780545013048
Publisher:
Scholastic, Inc.
Publication date:
04/01/2008
Series:
How I Survived Middle School Series , #5
Pages:
112
Product dimensions:
5.32(w) x 7.55(h) x 0.27(d)
Lexile:
680L (what's this?)
Age Range:
8 - 12 Years

Meet the Author


NANCY KRULIK has written more than 150 books for children and young adults, including three New York Times bestsellers. She is the author of the popular How I Survived Middle School, Katie Kazoo Switcheroo, and George Brown, Class Clown series. Nancy lives in Manhattan with her husband, composer Daniel Burwasser, their two children, Ian and Amanda, and a beagle named Josie.

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Cheat Sheet 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
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Reader1031 More than 1 year ago
Great book! It was such a fun, amazing, thrilling book! It is a really great story! This is a great books to share with your friends! I did! Read it, Read it. You know you want to!
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TeensReadToo More than 1 year ago
When Jenny McAfee's friend is accused of cheating on a history test, she doesn't know what to do.

By using middleschoolsurvival.com's online quizzes, she learns more about herself and her friends. The answers to the quizzes give Jenny the courage she needs to survive middle school. Her friends have funny personalities and give her good advice and their opinions on how they would handle certain situations.

This is a good story about the rumors, hierarchy, and games that are played in middle school, and ways to end or avoid them. I suggest this book for anyone entering middle school who doesn't know what to expect. This book gives a pretty realistic setting of what actually happens and will help prepare you.

By reading this series, you will have the confidence you need to survive and be successful in middle school.
Guest More than 1 year ago
ok so I know that the book relates on how cheating is bad. but in reality just because someone does good doesn't always mean they cheat even if they aren't the smartest in the group but I did enjoy reading the book! But its not my call so you read the book and decide for yourself!