This book is a complete guide for junior high for those just entering or even the fifth grader who’s just excited about the thought. The author holds nothing back and along with giving great advice for getting by with good grades and good experiences, gives good life lessons. This book can be used by all kids in junior high who need some advice, parents who want to know what their child will be getting into, and teacher’s who need a good idea of their student’s perspective.
Targeted Age Group:: 9-12
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
My little sisters, twins, are headed into the sixth grade. All summer long they have asked me for advice and stories from middle school. I’m not very good at stuff like that; at least, not if I have to talk out loud. So, I took pen to paper and gave them the est advice I possibly could. Any and all children can benefit from reading this book.
Now it’s time to head back to school. Summer is almost over and your getting clothes and school supplies together. You’re trying to pick out your outfit for the first day of school. And you’re worrying. You’re worrying about the first day of school. There’s so many questions going through your mind:
What is it like to have more than one class?
Where do you find your schedule?
What do you do on the first day?
Where do you go?
Is junior high like it is in the movies?
Are you going to have to sit alone in the cafeteria?
Slow down there, Turbo. It’s not so complicated. Junior high sounds scary, it sounds like you’ll be lost and alone and constantly battling bullies and popular kids. It’s not quite like that. It’s much simpler. I’m going to answer all of your questions and gear you up to walk into school on your first day with confidence.
Kristina Marie is currently a psychology major at the University of Phoenix. She is a veteran, a loving mother of one chihuahua puppy, and an avid reader. Writing has been a part of her life since she was three years old and helping others has been her hobby as long as she can remember. She was born and raised in sunny Southern California, and hopes to be referred to as ‘Doctor’ before the age of thirty.
Links to Purchase eBooks
Link To Buy #MovingOn: The Fifth Grader’s Guide to Junior High On Amazon