The Mealworm Diaries by Anna Kerz

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Loss, grief and an annoying classmate make Jeremy's adjustment to life in a new city particularly difficult.

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Anna Kerz's first book, The Mealworm Diaries, was shortlisted for many awards, including a Ruth and Sylvia Schwartz Award. Anna is also the author of The Gnome's Eye, a story loosely based on her experiences as an immigrant child, and Better Than Weird, the companion novel to The Mealworm Diaries. When she's not writing, Anna can be found working in her garden, walking her dog or collecting new folk and fairy tales, myths and legends to try out on her grandchildren. In her spare time, she tells stories to audiences of all ages and teaches students how to tell stories of their own.
Published April 1, 2009 by Orca Book Publishers. 176 pages
Genres: Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Still mourning the death of his father, Jeremy finds that his new life in Toronto is made more difficult by an impulsive classmate, his assigned partner in a long-term science project that involves the mealworms of the title.

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