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by Sherri Winston




Download President of the Whole Fifth Grade epub
ISBN: 0545416469
ISBN13: 978-0545416467
Category: No category
Author: Sherri Winston
Publisher: n/a (2011)
ePUB size: 1323 kb
FB2 size: 1909 kb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 129
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SARAND
Me and two of my friends (Natalia and Sarah) decided to use this book for our book club because we're in the fifth grade like Brianna. We wanted to experience her fifth grade year to see if we could have a race for president of the whole fifth grade but unfortunately we can't because student council already has president of the whole elementary and that person has to be in fifth grade. So since we couldn't have a race I cheered Brianna on through out her battle against Jasmine moon . And as long as Brianna competed she never gave up on her winning against Jasmine moon and she always had the courage to do what others wouldn't. So that's why I LOVE this book soo much! The author who wrote this book is one smart woman and I LOVE her work. She is the most inspiring author I have ever liked. She's #1 and so is another fantastic writer named Meg Cabot and they are my inspiration to read more and more books by them and famous authors. THIS IS THE BEST BOOK EVEZ! :) #1 I LOVE IT!
Villo
A master piece. I absolutely loved this book and will be recommending it to everyone I know. It kept my attention. I didn't want to put it down.If the second series "President of The Whole 6th Grade" is anything like this one...I know I will be pleased. Thank you
Landamath
Gave to a friend's daughter for her birthday. He said she couldn't put it down.
Cogelv
There is plenty in this book that I found to like. It features an ambitious African American girl who sets no limitations on her future. Those ambitions are not superficial things like being a movie star or pop star, or hoping to marry her favorite movie/pop star. Not only does she have serious entrepreneurial aspirations but also practical plans for how to begin moving towards them. It starts with becoming President of her grade at school. Enter a conniving rival who is willing to stoop as low as necessary to throw a monkey wrench in these plans. Enter an ally who encourages her to put ambition ahead of ethics. Eventually Brianna learns that ambition is as noble as the path one takes to to make their dreams come true. If success comes at the expense of losing loyal friends and losing respect for yourself, can it be considered true success? I applaud the message of this story but feel that the execution could have been a little tighter. There was also one too many easily found "deep dark secrets" lying around for convenient plot machination. I'm not the intended audience of this book though. My 8 year old daughter loved it from beginning to end. There's much to be said for satisfying your target reader above and beyond anyone else.
Kadar
My daughter enjoyed this book...she's currently in the fifth grade and could relate to a lot of what the book discusses.
Raniconne
Such a great book. I read the book as well so that my daughter and I could talk about the contents and the characters. She loved the book and so did I!
Ffrlel
My grand daughter is a junior in high school and she still loves this book. I decided to pass on the reading to four more fifth graders. They will enjoy the reading
I haven't read it, but it seems nice for my 10 year old niece.