The Misadventures of Phillip Isaac Penn

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Cedar Fort, Jun 1, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 85 pages
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Pip is always finding himself in the middle of some kind of trouble, and no wonder! Every day of the week, there are dirt clods to dodge, liars to expose, and dirty cheats to foil. Plagued by problems, Pip somehow manages to figure out a few things that maybe--just maybe--will keep him out of hot water. Hey, it's not easy being a kid!
 

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I knew I'd purchased the right book for my fourth grade son when he told me that he now knows he's not alone when it comes to dealing with the "naughty kids" at school who bully, lie, cheat and try to get him into trouble. He said, "It's sure not easy being a kid, mom, and now I can see that this kid, Pip, feels just like I do." It made me feel great to see my son's relief, and to know that he identifies with somebody who feels just like he (and most other children) feels. 

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