David Anderson has led a perfect life until his 6th grade year. With his dad out of work, David will have to leave Good Shepherd Elementary and go to Milltown public school. He is terrified to go to Milltown because he fears he will be bullied. David looks and acts differently from everyone else in his new school. So do the kids in Room 101. When David is asked to help Keven Meyers, a boy with disabilities, participate in the school Spelling Bee, he has to look beyond his own desire to win and trust that God will help him make a difference in the lives of the kids in Room 101. With encouragement from his parents, David tackles an even harder challenge; to change the heart of a bully.
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About the Author
Mary T. Wilkinson, a Christian author, is a retired elementary teacher. During her 29 year teaching career, she was a fellow for the Ball State University's Indiana Writing Project. She is also a wife, mother, and grandmother. Her favorite books to read are those that encourage wholesome living. In turn, she writes to let her readers know that it is possible to live an amazing life with God's help. Room 101 is her second middle grade novel.