Really no Big Deal by Margaret Bechard

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Jonah Truman always has his hands full with avoiding the class bully, trying to get up the nerve to talk to girls, and struggling to earn money, and now he faces the ultimate challenge--his mother has started dating his principal.

About Margaret Bechard

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Margaret Bechard is the author of five novels for younger readers, and one other young adult novel, "If It Doesn't Kill You, " which "SLJ" praised for its "healthy dose of humor." She lives in Tigard, Oregon, with her family.
Published June 1, 1994 by Viking Juvenile. 160 pages
Genres: Children's Books. Fiction

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Jonah Truman faces seventh grade with confusion about his changing feelings about girls, frustration over his short stature, and (fortunately) a wry sense of humor.

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Seventh-grader Jonah Truman, the undersized narrator of Bechard's ( My Sister, My Science Report ) middle-grade novel, is juggling a few balls in the air.

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