Keena Ford and the Secret Journal Mix-Upby Melissa Thomson, Frank Morrison (Illustrator)
Keena Ford loves writing in her journal. She keeps all of her thoughts in there, even if they are sometimes not-so-nice. One day, Keena accidentally leaves her journal in Tiffany Harris's apartment, and Tiffany tells Keena that she's going/b>
The third book about the spunky second-grader, perfect for fans of Ramona Quimby, Junie B. Jones, and Frankly, Frannie!
Keena Ford loves writing in her journal. She keeps all of her thoughts in there, even if they are sometimes not-so-nice. One day, Keena accidentally leaves her journal in Tiffany Harris's apartment, and Tiffany tells Keena that she's going to tell all of Keena's secrets! With help from her brother, some classic fables, and a visiting author, Keena discovers what she must do to stand up to Tiffany and make things right with her friends.
"Young readers will relate to her friendship dilemma and appreciate her vibrant personality. Readers of Sharon Draper's Sassy series will enjoy meeting Keena." - School Library Journal
Meet the Author
Melissa Thomson is an elementary school teacher in New York City where she lives with her husband, Pete, and their three plants. Melissa began her teaching career at Emery Elementary School in Washington, DC. Her students at Emery inspired her to write about Keena Ford.
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Great "moral-of-the-story" tale, which is the third in the series of Keena Ford tales. We love Keena because she reminds us that despite our imperfect lives, there's still fun to be had, mysteries to explore and new friends to be made. Lessons that transcend color, creed and social status. Keena is every American kid, just trying to grow up. Your daughters will love her.
Another fabulous mix-up "starring" our comical protagonist is in store for you in this novel. What happens when Keena forgets her private journal at someone's home by mistake? And what occurs after Keena realizes she forgot her journal? Find out as you read Keena's tale of the journal mix-up. *Great entertainment. *Good storyline.