Nothing's Fair in Fifth Grade, Issue 1981

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Viking Press, 1981 - Elementary schools - 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  - Kristen - Goodreads

Fourth grade +. Jenny's fifth grade world gets turned upside down when Elsie, the new fat girl, shows up. Jenny knows there can't be anything good about Elsie, especially when Elsie turns out to be a ... Read full review

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User Review  - Raylyn Lee - Goodreads

I honestly thought this was a great book. It had very important/ significant morals, such as you shouldn't judge a person on there looks. For example, when Elsie entered the class nobody liked her and ... Read full review

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Contents

THE FAT BLOND GIRL
3
THE FINGER POINTS
15
FAT GIRLS CANT DANCE
43
Copyright

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Barthe Declements is an author of children's and young adult books. Some of her published credits include Fourth Grade Wizards, Double Trouble, I Never Asked You to Understand Me, and Bite of the Gold Bug: A Story of the Alaskan Gold Rush (Once Upon America).

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