Books about fitting in at school

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Popular Fitting In Books

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Popular Fitting In Books

For this series, we ask authors to share stories on topics of their choice. The stories can be as funny or as serious as the authors want. Check out our previous Kidlit Open Mic posts here. I had a happy childhood. I even endured my middle school and high school years with a smile, lucky to have amazing friends and still do! It was in college when my whole understanding of the world changed when one of my best friends was in a car accident.

Watching your child struggle is one of the hardest things we do as parents.
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High school is a near-universal experience to which we can all relate. The result is that hundreds of books have been written about high school…but these are the 50 most essential, the ones who really get it right and have something to say. Add to Bag. Their romance blossoms over the pop culture they love, specifically comic books and mix tapes. Greg wants only to stay completely neutral in high school, and avoid anyone getting mad at him; he just wants to make films with his best friend, Earl. Those clubs where kids are free to find their tribe, or tribes, and bounce around with little to no consequence or commitment? This is particularly true with drama club, a beacon to so many teens outside the mainstream who want to make art.

For their own sake. If this sentiment resonates with your middle schooler, here are 16 books — ranging from funny to sad to dramatic — that accurately portray the ups and downs of middle school life, and how to survive it. These recommendations are handpicked by middle school students, educators, and parents from reviews on Bookopolis. Readers will laugh along with Raina as she relives the pain of friendships, boy drama, and even an earthquake. To survive days at school and problems at home, he comes up with Operation Rafe where he earns points for breaking oppressive rules like running in the halls and pulling the fire alarm.


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  1. Books shelved as fitting-in: Out of My Mind by Sharon M. Draper, Stargirl by Jerry Spinelli, Gaston by Kelly DiPucchio, All's Faire in Middle School (Hardcover).

  2. Books about girls or boys in Middle School and high school trying to fit in or enjoying themselves. All realistic.

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