Twelve

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Penguin, Feb 28, 2008 - Juvenile Fiction - 224 pages
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The only thing more exciting than being eleven . . . is turning twelve!

Winnie Perry went through a lot when she was eleven, from shifting friendships to her teenage sister’s mood swings. But now that Winnie is twelve—and one step closer to being a teenager herself—there is so much more to deal with. Will her new friendship with Dinah last? Can she handle the pressures of junior high? And, most important, will Winnie survive bra shopping (in public!) with Mom?

Bestselling author Lauren Myracle again sharply observes a year in the life of a winning young heroine whose humor, daring, and compassion for others is infectious and unforgettable.

 

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Why can't kids stay kids?

User Review  - 1st grade teach - Borders

I bought this book for my 10 year old daughter, using the guidelines recommended for readers ages 8-12. It was in the "Independent Reader" section of the bookstore at Borders, with other children's ... Read full review

one word: AMAZING!!!

User Review  - xoxobby - Borders

u look at this book nd might think its too childish but trust me its not its very informative nd but being informative doesnt mean its boreing ! its a really good book but u should problably read ... Read full review

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Lauren Myracle is theauthor of many popular books for teens and tweens,including New York Times bestsellers ttyl and ttfn(Abrams). She lives with her family in Fort Collins,Colorado.

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