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How to Face Up to the Class Bully (Willimena Rules Series #6)
     

How to Face Up to the Class Bully (Willimena Rules Series #6)

by Valerie Wilson Wesley, Maryn Roos (Illustrator)
 
Great things usually happen in September. Except when you get the back-to-school blues, which Willimena has. Willimena is going to be in a bigger class, with new kids, a new teacher. It 's the first day of school, and she's scared! Tina, her know-it-all big sister, says Willimena should just smile and be nice. But a smile and "nice" won't get you very far if the class

Overview

Great things usually happen in September. Except when you get the back-to-school blues, which Willimena has. Willimena is going to be in a bigger class, with new kids, a new teacher. It 's the first day of school, and she's scared! Tina, her know-it-all big sister, says Willimena should just smile and be nice. But a smile and "nice" won't get you very far if the class bullyalso known as Mean Irene--jumps in your face. And that's just what happened to Willimena. Willimena had to do something big to put Irene in her place.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780786855254
Publisher:
Disney-Hyperion
Publication date:
05/15/2007
Series:
Willimena Rules Series , #6
Pages:
112
Product dimensions:
5.25(w) x 7.62(h) x 0.37(d)
Lexile:
610L (what's this?)
Age Range:
7 - 10 Years

Meet the Author

Blackboard best-selling author Valerie Wilson Wesley is a contributing editor for Essence magazine and is the author of the Tamara Hayle mystery series for adults. She is also the author of Ain't Nobody's Business If I Do, for which she received the 2000 Black Caucus Literature Award in adult fiction from the American Library Association. Her latest adult novel is Playing My Mother's Blues. Ms. Wesley's children's books include Freedom's Gifts: A Juneteenth Story, and she is the coauthor of the Afro-bets Book of Black Heroes with Wade Hudson. Ms. Wesley lives in New Jersey with her husband, Screenwriter and playwright Richard Wesley, and has two grown daughters.

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