Fast Forward by Mary Jane Miller

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"“Where would the music come from without Margy?
Together, we were in tune.”

Kayla hopes sixth grade will be better than fifth. But
When Margy, her best friend moves to Chicago and meets
Noelle everything seems to go wrong.
Brett, the boy Kayla likes acts as if she doesn’t exist.
Mrs. Hanh, Kayla’s flute teacher tells Kayla that she is ready to play solo in the Christmas concert. And, her science
teacher Mr. Frankel, announces for the first time sixth graders will be part of the Science Fair.
What can you do when you’re stuck up to your eyeballs
with too much to do? And how do you do it when your
parents expect an ""A"" in everything and your best friend isn’t there to help you.
Kayla wishes she could fast forward herself through the
Can Kayla let go of the fast forward button, and learn to discover her own strength?"

About Mary Jane Miller

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Mary Jane Miller is professor emerita, Brock University, and author of Rewind and Search: Conversations with the Makers and Decision-Makers of CBC Television Drama and Turn of the Contrast: CBC Television Drama since 1952.
Published June 15, 2000 by iUniverse. 137 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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