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Fifth Grade: Here Comes Trouble (An Apple Paperback)

by Colleen O'Shaughnessy McKenna

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Collette Murphy, star of Fourth Grade Is a Jinx is now in fifth grade and facing her first boy-girl party. Her wealthy friend Marsha's family traditionally has a special celebration for eleventh birthdays, and Marsha is planning a skating party with boys. Collette is sure that the party will be a total disaster, especially with snobbish cousin Carole advising Marsha on how to present a real teenage appearance. Adult characters are weak, especially Marsha's flighty mother, but there is a good feeling for the ambiguity of middle-grade social relationships. Collette's self-doubts and Marsha's somewhat frantic excesses provide a humorous contrast that will strike a realistic chord among young readers.
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Unlike the other girls in her class, Collette Murphy becomes worried and embarrassed when she is invited to her first boy/girl party.

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