Books like Diary of a Wimpy Kid
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|Amazing Days of Abby Hayes: Every Cloud has a Silver Lining
by Abby Mazer
Abby is about to start 5th grade and she is determined to make something
of herself. With a perfect older twin sister and a genius younger brother,
this may come as somewhat of a challenge.
| Amelia's Notebook
by Melissa Moss
This book looks like a handwritten journal by Amelia herself. Amelia is nine
years old and she records her thoughts about moving, starting school, dealing with friends and her older sister.
| Big Nate: In a Class By Himself
by Lincoln Peirce
Just because you think your are great, doesn't always mean that things will
go your way. Follow Nate as he gets into all sorts of trouble at school. He makes getting detention from every one of his teachers in the same day seem like an achievement.
| Charlie Joe Jackson's Guide to Not Reading
by Tom Greenwald
Joe is a self proclaimed "non-reader" and takes pride in having never finished a book from cover to cover. This is not an easy task when he enters middle school.
by Gary Paulsen
What starts as a small means of earning money soon gets out of hand as a twelve year old boy is persuaded to expand his lawn mowing business.
|Middle School is Worse than Meatloaf: A Year Told Through Stuff
by Jennifer Holm
Follow Ginny as she tells her story through notes, receipts and an array of other items.
|Niagara Falls, or Does it?
by Henry Winkler
Hank hates writing, when asked to recount his summer in paragraphs, he decides instead to show his summer in class. This turns into a disaster and lands him in trouble. What does he learn in detention?
by Wendelin Van Draanen
In order to deal with a class bully, 5th grader Nolan Byrd creates a secret identity--Shredderman!
|The Loser List
by H. N. Kowitt
Danny lands in detention when he gets caught in the girls' bathroom trying to cross his name of the "Geek" List. For this he is bullied constantly, until it is discovered that Danny is quite the artist. He uses this to his advantage to get in with the tough crowd, until things go too far and he must make a decision.