Mimi Evans

Mimi Evans

Biography

Mimi Evans lives in California and was born in 1997.

•    Mimi's favorite subject in school is writing.

•    Her hobbies include reading everything she can, basketball, and blogging.

•    In her spare time, Mimi works on her novel, which she says is "currently around 40,000 words strong."

•    The career Mimi has her eye on is White House Social Secretary.

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    Sherman Crunchley

    Sherman Crunchley

    by Nate Evans Laura;Joffe Numeroff and Tim Bowers

    In this sweet and expressively illustrated picture book, Sherman Crunchley struggles to say no to anyone—crooks, his boss, and especially his dad! Sherman tries everything—even hypnosis—to learn how to say no, but only at the last moment is Sherman finally able to be true to himself. "Children will enjoy this funny tale."—SLJ

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    Art Projects from Around the World: Grades 4-6

    Art Projects from Around the World: Grades 4-6

    by Karen Backus;Linda Evans;Mary Thompson

    Bring art into the classroom with 20 engaging projects that connect to social studies topics! Each art project reflects the culture or geography of a different country, such as paper fish kites from Japan and carnival masks from the Caribbean. Includes step-by-step directions and 8 full-color pages showing sample projects.

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