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Hyperion Book CH, Sep 12, 2006 - Juvenile Fiction - 144 pages
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Clementine is having not so good of a week.
  • On Monday she’s sent to the principal’s office for cutting off Margaret’s hair.
  • Tuesday, Margaret’s mother is mad at her.
  • Wednesday, she’s sent to the principal…again.
  • Thursday, Margaret stops speaking to her.
  • Friday starts with yucky eggs and gets worse.
  • And by Saturday, even her mother is mad at her.
 Okay, fine. Clementine is having a DISASTROUS week.

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Clementine is a fabulous book!

User Review  - KAMurray - Borders

My 7 year old daughter and I absolutely love this book. Clementine is not your typical girl but she struggles with the same types of challenges that most little girls do with responsibility ... Read full review

It's a must read for all ages!

User Review  - SLIMeD - Borders

Pros: Funny. Written with a great sense of humour! This was a very funny book. My 8 year old after reading it said, "Mom you MUST read this!" She was right. I laughed the whole way throught it and ... Read full review


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About the author (2006)

Sara Pennypacker ( was a painter before becoming a writer, and has two absolutely fabulous children who are now grown. She has written several books, including Clementine, The Talented Clementine, and Clementine's Letter, illustrated by Marla Frazee; Stuart's Cape and Stuart Goes to School, both illustrated by Martin Matje; and Sparrow Girl , illustrated by Yoko Tanaka. Sara lives in Cape Cod, Massachusetts.

Marla Frazee ( illustrated the first three books in the Clementine series. She is author/illustrator of Walk On!, Santa Claus, the World's Number One Toy Expert, and Roller Coaster. She is also the illustrator of The Seven Silly Eaters, Everywhere Babies, and A Couple of Boys Have the Best Week Ever, for which she was awarded a Caldecott Honor. Marla works in a small backyard cabin under an avocado tree in Pasadena, California.

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