Nothing's fair in fifth grade, Issue 1981

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Viking Press, May 1, 1981 - Juvenile Fiction - 137 pages
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Jenny knows one thing for sure - Elsie Edwards is a fat thief who steals people's lunch money to buy candy. So when the book club money disappears, why is the whole class punished? Nothing's fair!

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Review: Nothing's Fair in Fifth Grade

User Review  - Adrienne - Goodreads

You guys have to understand that when this book was written, they didn't ACTUALLY deal with body image problems. This book was actually written by a teacher and her class. It's pretty amazing that a teacher got a book published by having students write what happened next Read full review

Review: Nothing's Fair in Fifth Grade

User Review  - Madison Evans - Goodreads

Nothing's Fair in Fifth Grade by Barthe DeClements is a very age appropriate book for middle school students. This book is definitely geared towards girls, and the many dramatic life lessons that ... Read full review

Contents

THE FAT BLOND GIRL
3
THE FINGER POINTS
15
FAT GIRLS CANT DANCE
43
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DeClements is a school counselor who has worked as a psychologist and teacher.

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