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Now that Victoria Torres is in middle school, being popular is more important than ever, and Victoria is positive being a cheerleader is the best way to secure her popularity. Will Victoria remember that being a positive role model is just as important as nailing her cartwheel, or will tryouts leave her feeling far below average?
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|Series:||Victoria Torres, Unfortunately Average|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||4 MB|
|Age Range:||8 - 11 Years|
About the Author
Julie Bowe lives in Mondovi, Wisconsin, where she writes popular books for children including My Last Best Friend, which won the Paterson Prize for Books for Young People and was a Barnes & Noble 2010 Summer Reading Program book. In addition to writing for kids, she loves visiting with them at schools, libraries, conferences, and book festivals throughout the year.
Perfect for fans of The Complicated Life of Claudia Christina Cortez and those looking for Hispanic characters in middle grade literature Written by Julie Bowe, author of the popular Friends for Keeps series Writing prompts encourage reflection on both the book and social issues.