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The Boy Trap

by Nancy Matson

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This girl is all about science mainly because her aunt is a scientist. One day the teacher says that there is going to be a science fair. She decides that her project is going to be about comparing boys and girls. Then boys decide to do the same thing and that starts alot of problems. ( )
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There is a gender war going on at Kennedy Elementary school! Fifth-grader Emma has always known that girls are better than boys, but she didn't know how to prove it until the science fair gave her a chance. With the help of her adventurous friend Louise, Emma starts to gather proof for her experiment. When the girls discover that two boys have decided to prove the opposite, all peace is shattered! Will Emma and Louise survive the experiment, let alone fifth grade?

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Fifth grader Emma decides to do a science fair project to prove scientifically that girls are better than boys, but in the process, she learns more about herself, her friends and about research methods.

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