Knowledge Is Power

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Scholastic India Pvt Limited, 2004 - Juvenile Fiction - 97 pages
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Abby is about to start sixth grade. At first she's excited, but then fears of the changes middle school will bring get the best of her. *Includes Abby's own guide to sixth grade!*

Abby can't believe it--sixth grade is about to begin! At first, she's excited. Being in sixth grade means moving up to middle school, having different teachers for each subject, and meeting new friends from other elementary schools. Then Abby receives "An Insider's Guide to Sixth Grade." It's all about the negative things Abby can expect -- boy-crazy friends, dating, moodiness, mean teachers, boy-girl parties, and more. Abby doesn't think she's ready for so many changes at once. When sixth grade starts, Abby realizes that some things (and people) are different, but so is she.

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Did you have a hard time on the first day of 6th grade, well Abby did. Read full review

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About the author (2004)

Anne Mazer was born in New York in 1953 to novelists, Harry Mazer and Norma Fox Mazer. She began reading at an early age and knew the trials and frustrations of being a writer. Instead of following in the family business, she went to college and concentrated on art as well as French, moving around to several colleges and living in New York, Boston and France. After the birth of her first child, Mazer began writing picture books and found her craft. She has since written over 35 books for children ranging from picture books to novels for young adults. Her titles include: All that Glitters Isn't Gold, A Childhood Remembered, and Every Cloud Has a Silver Lining.

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