Keena Ford and the Second-Grade Mix-Up by Melissa Thomson

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Keena Ford doesn't mean to be a troublemaker, but sometimes things get out of hand. Lucky for her, it's the beginning of the second grade and Keena's got a clean slate. So when her new second-grade teacher, Ms. Campbell, mistakenly thinks it's her birthday and brings in a huge chocolate cake, Keena realizes that she's gotten herself into a sticky situation. She knows she has to tell the truth, but it's not easy to turn down her very own birthday cake and a chance to wear a sparkly crown. How will Keena get out of this mess?

About Melissa Thomson

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Melissa Thomson lives in New York City. Frank Morrison was awarded the 2005 Coretta Scott King Illustrator Honor Award. He lives in Atlanta, Georgia.
Published April 21, 2009 by Puffin. 122 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Education & Reference. Fiction

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Diarist Keena Ford is ambivalent about second grade: Girls and boys are placed in separate classes, so she will not be with her best friend, Eric.

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