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Short Stories by Short People: Ninety-five Stories by Sixth-grade Students of Berkshire Middle School By Daniel Fisher
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These stories exemplify how young authors can apply the writing process to create works suitable for a wide audience. The sixth-grade authors worked over a period of three months to turn rough ideas... More > into finished stories. The result is a compilation of stories on all topics. Humor, mystery, adventure, science fiction, historical fiction, horror, fantasy, fable, and even nonfiction are represented. The title was one of many suggested and voted upon by students. Had their language arts teacher allowed it, they would have chosen a more humorous title for their work: Stories to Read on the John by Kids.< Less
Short Stories by Short People: Ninety-five Stories by Sixth-Grade Students of Berkshire Middle School By Daniel Fisher
eBook (PDF): $1.99
These stories exemplify how young authors can apply the writing process to create works suitable for a wide audience. The sixth-grade authors worked over a period of three months to turn rough ideas... More > into finished stories. The result is a compiliation of stories on all topics. Humor, mystery, adventure, science fiction, historical fiction, horror, fantasy, fable, and even nonfiction are represented. The title was one of many suggested and voted upon by students. Had their language arts teacher allowed it, they they would have chosen a more humorous title for their work: Stories to Read on the John by Kids.< Less
Short Stories by Short People: Ninety-five Stories by Sixth-Grade Students of Berkshire Middle School By Daniel Fisher
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These stories exemplify how young authors can apply the writing process to create works suitable for a wide audience. The sixth-grade authors worked over a period of three months to turn rough ideas... More > into finished stories. The result is a compiliation of stories on all topics. Humor, mystery, adventure, science fiction, historical fiction, horror, fantasy, fable, and even nonfiction are represented. The title was one of many suggested and voted upon by students. Had their language arts teacher allowed it, they they would have chosen a more humorous title for their work: Stories to Read on the John by Kids.< Less
Short Stories by Short People: Ninety-five Stories by Sixth-grade Students of Berkshire Middle School By Daniel Fisher
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These stories exemplify how young authors can apply the writing process to create works suitable for a wide audience. The sixth-grade authors worked over a period of three months to turn rough ideas... More > into finished stories. The result is a compilation of stories on all topics. Humor, mystery, adventure, science fiction, historical fiction, horror, fantasy, fable, and even nonfiction are represented. The title was one of many suggested and voted upon by students. Had their language arts teacher allowed it, they would have chosen a more humorous title for their work: Stories to Read on the John by Kids.< Less
Little House On the Highway - A Story of a Homeless Family & School Bullying By Janet Miller
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The message of this story is that bullying can occur because your situation has changed--not because of who you are. Maggie, a happy and popular junior high student, was challenged to hold onto her... More > personal self worth when her father lost his job, their family farm was forced into foreclosure,and they became homeless. The family decided to live in a homemade camper on the back of their pickup truck and drive to Florida to find a better life. Stuck in homelessness, with their homemade camper as their only home, and their personal lives deteriorating, Maggie's mother insisted Maggie go back to school. Based on her poor and unstylish appearance, Maggie was singled out and bullied by an upscale classmate and her entourage who found Maggie's appearance intolerable. But once her father found a job, the situation changed so that Maggie's real value was finally allowed to be seen, and the bullying finally ended.< Less
The Ultimate Guide to Dance Team Tryout Secrets (Jr./Sr. High), 3rd Edition By Summer Adoue-Johansen
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Want to make your junior high or high school dance team this year? Then you need The Ultimate Guide to Dance Team Tryout Secrets! Summer Adoue-Johansen gives you all the best tips learned from her... More > years as a Texas A&M Aggie Dancer, American Dance/Drill Team School staff member, dance judge, and award-winning dancer to help YOU make the team this year! In this step-by-step guide to preparing for junior/senior high school level dance team auditions, you'll learn: - what happens at a high school level dance team tryout - improve your stamina, strength, and technique for great high kicks - a detailed flexibility plan with photos to help you develop perfect splits and great flexibility for beautiful leaps and kicks - exercises and drills to show you how to develop great toe touches and high kicks - what to wear, and what NOT to wear, at the tryout clinic and audition day - audition makeup and hairstyling tips to ensure you look your best for the big day - and much, much more!< Less
Who Says Adults Have to Write All the Good Stories?: Seventy-eight Stories by Sixth-grade Students of Berkshire Middle School By Daniel Fisher
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This is the second annual volume of short works written by students of Berkshire Middle School. The book is composed of all new stories by new authors, but the purpose of this showcase is the same as... More > its predecessor, SHORT STORIES BY SHORT PEOPLE: The pieces in it exemplify how young authors can apply the writing process to create works suitable for a wide audience. In twelve weeks, the sixth-grade authors turned rough ideas into the finished stories collected here. The result is a compilation on all topics. Examples of humor, mystery, adventure, historical fiction, horror, fantasy, fable, and even nonfiction are included. The title was one of many suggested and voted upon by students. Even elements of the jacket design were approved by majority decisions of the authors. In all respects, this book is the product of the students whose names appear inside.< Less
Strange Things Are Happening In Briarwood Falls! By E.R. Miller
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Follow young Kenny Fischer on his first day of seventh grade. A series of bizarre events and peculiar occurrences results in the Fischer family conclusion: strange things are happening in Briarwood... More > Falls!< Less
Clive & Brie By Norah S. Bernard
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Clive is 11 and Brie is his 13-year-old sister. They experience the typical—and some very UNtypical—junior high school adventures. Clive is an internet entrepreneur who receives a... More > “spam” email—and decides to “scam” the “spammer” by beating him at his own game. But it works out in a way he never imagined! Brie writes a humorous “anonymous” letter to a boy she likes—then faces real danger when she accepts an invitation from a handsome older high school boy. Their dad, Guy finds an heirloom pistol stored away in the attic and decides to clean it—big mistake! But a bigger “danger” is his wife’s cousin, Linda, who moves into town and sets her sights on him. Their mom, Constance, somehow gets “volunteered” to do things she really doesn’t want to do—such as auditioning for a local production of Beauty and the Beast. It all comes together in a surprise twist of circumstances on opening night!< Less
Norman Babbit, Scientist By Rob Loughran
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Norman Babbit never thought seventh grade would be like this! When Norman skipped a grade and entered junior high a year early he thought his life would be great. But the school bully forces him to... More > do his homework, his younger sister is a brat, his English teacher hates him, his older brother is trying to fill in for his deceased father, and his mother thinks all of Norman's problems are dietary, If it weren't for his best friend Chris and his pet owl Luigi, Norman would go crazy. With the deadline for his science project approaching as fast as a showdown with the bully, Norman has too many problems and no solutions.< Less

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