Ten

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Penguin, May 17, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 240 pages
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New York Times bestseller Lauren Myracle's long-awaited prequel to Eleven!

Winnie Perry is turning ten and ten is BIG. It means double digits, more responsibility, and being an almost-middle-schooler. Ten means that Winnie can handle anything, even a three-year-old baby brother and a practically teenage (and acting like it) older sister. And with her best friend, Amanda, by her side, Winnie plans on enjoying every last second of her last year in grade school.
 

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OMG!This book was pure gold!It's tied with 13+1 for best in the Winnie series.Winnie can be so weird yet radical.Even though Winnie sounds a bit young in this one,she can be mature at certain times too.The old days with Amanda are included here,as well.No matter how hard you try,you can just not hate Winnie! 

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Lauren Myracle lives in Fort Collins, Colorado, with her husband and three kids.

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