"Emma doesn’t mind being weird," Cynthia says."You should see her bedroom."
My bedroom. I can’t believe what I am hearing.
"It’s all covered with nature posters,"Cynthia adds."It’s just like being in a boy’s room!"
Why is Cynthia calling Emma weird? They are supposed to be friends!
Well, two can play at that game. In Emma’s opinion, Cynthia is kind of a bossy pants. Before long, Emma’s entire third grade class is swapping outrageous nicknames like Jar-head, Shrimpy, and even Porky. While it’s funny at first, Emma begins to see how much name calling can hurt. But before Emma can call for a truce, her teacher beats her to it and makes the most dreaded call of all—the one to everyone’s parents!
Fresh and funny, with a side of wisdom, this second book about eight year-old Emma is sure to entertain many young readers.
|Publisher:||Penguin Young Readers Group|
|Product dimensions:||5.08(w) x 7.74(h) x 0.38(d)|
|Age Range:||8 - 12 Years|
About the Author
Sally Warner (www.sallywarner.com) has published more than twenty novels for young readers, including the Emma and EllRay Jakes series. She lives in Altadena, California with her husband and their not-so-miniature dachshund, Rocky.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Not So Weird Emma I just read Not So Weird Emma by Sally Warner. Sally Warner also wrote, Super Emma and Only Emma. This is a great book about a girl named Emma and her friend Cynthia, who are best friends and get in a little fight. There are lots of surprises, and fun things in this book. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes funny fiction books. I liked this book and so will you!!:)