Cheat Sheet

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Scholastic, Incorporated, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 96 pages
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Bestselling author Nancy Krulik delves into the mind of a twelve-year-old who is trying to survive middle school.

It's the annual statewide history test challenge, and Joyce Kilmer Middle School has never had a finalist-- until now! This year, there are two finalists, and they're both Jenny's friends. But one finalist isn't known for finishing at the top of the class, and The Pops figure someone must have cheated. The next day, the word is out all over the school! Could it be true? Is one of Jenny's friends a cheater?

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Review: Cheat Sheet (How I Survived Middle School #5)

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Jenny and her friends have to take a State wide History test and someone gets accused of cheating. I liked it, but I thought it could have been a bit longer. The other books in the series are longer, and with the subject matter, I thought it was a little rushed. Read full review


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About the author (2007)

For NANCY KRULIK, middle school was just a long series of mess-ups and mishaps waiting to happen. As an adult, she has written more than 150 books for children and young adults, including three New York Times bestsellers and the popular Katie Kazoo Switcheroo series. Nancy lives in Manhattan with her husband, composer Daniel Burwasser; their two children, Ian and Amanda; and a crazy cocker spaniel named Pepper.