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Middle School #1:  The Worst Years of My Life

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Middle School #1: The Worst Years of My Life

Patterson, James, 1947-, author.

New York Little, Brown and Company 2012

281 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm + 1 pull-out poster.

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When Rafe Kane enters middle school, he teams up with his best friend, "Leo the Silent," to create a game to make school more fun by trying to break every rule in the school's code of conduct.

Reading Counts: Level 4.3 / 9.0 Points / 55002.

Lexile: 700L

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ISBN:

978-0-316-10169-1

LC Call No:

PZ7.P27653 Mi 2012

Dewey Class No:

[Fic] 23

Author:

Patterson, James, 1947-, author.

Title:

Middle School #1: The Worst Years of My Life.

VaryingTitle:

Worst years of my life

Edition:

First Little, Brown and Company paperback edition.

Physical:

281 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm + 1 pull-out poster.

ContentType:

text rdacontent

MediaType:

unmediated rdamedia

CarrierType:

volume rdacarrier

Citation/Refs:

Horn Book Guide, 10/2011

Citation/Refs:

Library Media Connection, 8/2011

Citation/Refs:

Publisher's Weekly, 5/30/2011

Citation/Refs:

School Library Journal, 11/2011

Summary:

When Rafe Kane enters middle school, he teams up with his best friend, "Leo the Silent," to create a game to make school more fun by trying to break every rule in the school's code of conduct.

Target Audience:

700 Lexile. 0

Target Audience:

4.5.

Target Audience:

5-7.

Study Program:

Accelerated Reader MG 4.5 4.0 144983.

Study Program:

Reading Counts RC 4.3 9.0 55002.

Subject:

Behavior--Fiction

Subject:

Middle schools--Fiction

Subject:

Schools--Fiction

Subject:

Family problems--Fiction

Subject:

Grief--Fiction

Subject:

Conduct of life--Fiction

Subject:

Emotional problems--Fiction.

AE:PersName:

Tebbetts, Christopher, author.

AE:PersName:

Park, Laura, 1980-, illustrator.

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Patron Reviews

Review by Annalee Reeder.
This is a very good book. It tells about how changing from elementary school to middle school is challenging. This book is really funny and is really interesting. You never want to stop reading it. I think this will be good for fourth to sixth graders.

Review by Luke Mahoney.
I liked this book a lot. I like how he has to face the fears of a middle school boy's life (as a trouble maker). I would never give this to a kid younger than 2nd grade. It would give them a very bad example. The boy in the book, Rafe, has a plan to break every rule in the rule book they gave out at the beginning of the year. If you like books like "Diary Of a Wimpy Kid" or "I Funny", you would probably like this book.


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