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American Girl Pub., 2009 - Juvenile Fiction - 132 pages
22 Reviews
Chrissa Maxwell moves to a new school in the middle of the year, and the girls in her fourth-grade class are decidedly unfriendly. On the advice of her grandmother, Chrissa tries first to be nice, and then to ignore the mean girls. But they just won't quit, and when the teasing turns into serious bullying, Chrissa must find the courage to stand strong and speak out.

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Review: Chrissa (American Girl of the Year)

User Review  - Pamela Powell - Goodreads

A nice, quick read about a very likable girl. Chrissa has to learn to deal with bullying when she moves to a new school. Read full review

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User Review  - Mikayla Walker - Goodreads

Brilliant about the bullying in young girls' lives, and a very helpful and sweet story about standing out and sticking up! Read full review

About the author (2009)

Mary Casanova is the author of nine middle-grade novels and three picture books.She lives with her family in Ranier, Minnesota.

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