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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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User Review  - iShanella - LibraryThing

Clementine is a young, spunky girl who is always in trouble even when she isn’t trying. As the story opens, Clementine finds herself in the principle’s office because she cut off her best-friend ... Read full review

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User Review  - bookwyrmm - LibraryThing

Very cute chapter book - kind of like a more modern Ramona. Read full review


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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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