My Name Is Mitch

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Orca Book Publishers, Oct 1, 2003 - Juvenile Fiction - 176 pages
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Mitch MacLeod may be the smallest kid in grade six, but he has a great sense of humor and a strong backbone. He can read, sometimes, but never at school when he has to. "You don't know what humiliation is until you have a grade one reading buddy who reads better than you do," he says. But things start to change for Mitch when he creates an opportunity to stand up to Philip, his arch-enemy, when his reading begins to improve, and when his dad, "The Creep," moves back to town.

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Shelagh Lynne Supeene was born in Clinton, Ontario. She attended Brandon University in Brandon, Manitoba and then moved to Hamilton, Ontario, to study world religions at McMaster University. Shelagh Lynne earned an Honours B.A. and did two years of graduate work on Chinese language and philosophy, for which she was awarded two Ontario Graduate Scholarships in 1980 and 1981. Shelagh Lynne began writing for children when her own children were learning to read. For more information, go to www.web.net/~slsupeene/.

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