Surviving the 11+

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Author House, Oct 30, 2012 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 100 pages
Surviving the 11+ is a witty, charming true tale of a mothers determination to get her state-educated first child into a grammar school to give him an edge in life. Eventually, after a long and complicated journey fraught with trials and temptations, there is success. The author and her child are treated to not just one but two brilliant offers into two of the countrys top boys secondary schools. Ultimately, the family is left with a more pleasant dilemma: which school is a better fit? The book is easy to read, and it is highly portable. Plus, its factual and lets you know what to expect (including tips to help your child succeed in the 11+).
 

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About the author (2012)

Nonnie Rose is a general practitioner and mother of three. She has been writing experiential articles for medical journals for many years. She was motivated to make time to write her first book after her daughter, Victoria A., beat her to it by publishing Silly Sarah at the age of eight.

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