Ten Good and Bad Things About My Life by Ann M. Martin
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Pearl Littlefield’s first assignment in fifth grade is complicated: She has to write an essay about her summer. Where does she begin? Her dad lost his job, she had to go to a different camp—one where her older sister Lexie was a counselor-in-training  (ugh!)—and she and her good friend James Brubaker III had a huge fight, which made them both wonder if the other kids were right that girls and boys can’t be good friends and which landed one of them in the hospital.

And there’s much, much more on the list of good and bad things, as Ann Martin takes this appealing character into new adventures through which young readers will see that good or bad, life is what happens when you’re making other plans.

 

About Ann M. Martin

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Ann M. Martin is the author of many beloved and acclaimed books, including Everything for a Dog and A Corner of the Universe, winner of the Newbery Honor. She lives just outside Woodstock, New York.
 
Published October 2, 2012 by Feiwel & Friends. 288 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Just barely nine, Pearl Littlefield, at times wise beyond her years, knows all too well that being the younger sister of a 14-year-old has its ups and downs.

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In spite of the title, alluding to Pearl Littlefield's first outing, Ten Rules for Living with My Sister (2011), this represents her first assignment for fifth grade.

Sep 01 2012 | Read Full Review of Ten Good and Bad Things About...

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