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The Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook: Middle School

by David Borgenicht, Robin Epstein, Ben H. Winters

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This book is aimed at middle school students. It provides kid friendly hands on step by step instruction on how to survive one of the scariest times in a tweens life. Going through the transition of middle school.
  sntorrejon | Jul 8, 2009 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0811868648, Paperback)

Homework, hormones, heartache...middle school has no shortage of perils. Never fear, the authors of the best-selling Worst-Case Scenario series return with a survival guide for those who are facingor just about to facethis big transitional time in school and life. The handbook is packed with funny-but-useful tips for the trickiest situations that crop up in middle school, like taking charge of a too-busy homework schedule, dealing with a cold shoulder from a friend who has suddenly become just too cool, avoiding common e-mail and cell phone disasters, and more.

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Middle school is its own unique world and this book has the secrets and tips to help students navigate that world.

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