Classic Judy Blume Titles
For Margaret, everything is different this year. She's just moved from New York City to the suburbs and is anxious to fit in with her new friends — Nancy, Gretchen, and Janie. When they form a secret club to talk about private subjects like boys, bras, and getting their first periods, Margaret is happy to belong.
Freddy Dissel has that left-out kind of middle-kid-in-the-family feeling — but he finally has a chance to prove how special he really is.
Ramona just wants everyone to be happy. Maybe she can't find her father a job, but she can help him stop smoking — if only he'll listen to her.
An eight-year-old girl, "The Great One," and her six-year-old brother, "The Pain," state their cases about each other and who is best loved by their parents.
A favorite author offers two perspectives on the subject of sibling rivalry in this amusing picture book.
An IRA-CBC Children's Choice.
The Pain and the Great One hardly agree on anything. But deep down, they know they can count on each other, especially at school, where it often takes two to figure things out. Like when that first baby tooth falls out on the school bus. Or when an unwanted visitor on Bring Your Pet to School Day needs to be caught.
MEET THE PAIN: My sister's name is Abigail. I call her The Great One because she thinks she's so great. Who cares if she's in third grade and I'm just in first?
It's 1947, and Sally J. Freedman full of wild ideas. She's got her eye on handsome Peter Hornstein, the Latin lover of her dreams...on old Mr. Zavodsky, who looks suspiciously like Hitler in disguise...and on her father, who Sally misses terribly. There are so many things to worry and wonder about.
Sheila Tubman is not quite sure who she is. Just when she's convinced that she really is confident, witty Sheila the Great, she is confronted with her worst fears. Faced with long-eared dogs, swimming lessons, and spiders, Sheila may be forced to admit that she's not a supergirl after all.