Fremimies Forever continues with middle school student Nikki Maxwell. As part of Student Exchange Week, Nikki was invited to attend North Hampton Hills (the school her "frenimie" Mackenzie Hollister currently attended!). At North Hampton Hills Nikki has to deal with selfie-obsessed Tiffany and Drama-Queen Mackenzie! Can Nikki Maxwell survive a week at North Hampton Hills? Read on to find out...
Once Upon A Dork is about a middle school student named Nikki Maxwell. She was having fun in PE playing dodgeball and suddenly, Mackenzie (Nikki's enemy) hit the ball really hard on her head! Find out what happens next by reading this ADORKABLE book!
People often say: “You’re just a kid, you can’t do anything”. Well, some kids like Ruby Bridges, did do something! She faced crowds that said that black kids can’t go to white schools. But she went to the school anyway! Or Rosa Parks, who refused to move to a different seat so a white passenger could sit.
This book tells the true childhood stories of kid activists. Such stories like Helen Keller, the blind and deaf girl who stood up for disabled people. Frederick Douglass taught escaped slaves; Harvey Milk thought everyone should be treated equal, Iqbal Masih fought to end child slavery, while being a slave himself. And Malala Yousafzai thought that everyone should have education. After all, in order to become an adult, you must be a kid. So ignore those people that say kids can’t do anything and go out there and do something! This book was seriously good, and I couldn’t put it down. I’m going to go see if my library has the rest of the series because it was so good.
Matilda is a very smart young girl, five and a half years old. At age three she taught herself to read, even though the family kept no books but newspapers and a cookbook in the house. When she goes to school, her teacher is a very nice woman named Ms. Honey. Ms. Honey immediately figures out Matilda's genius and together they figure out how to defeat the evil headmistress, Ms. Trunchbull, (also Ms. Honey's aunt) once and for all. This story is full of twists and turns, and I would highly recommend it to anybody who loves Roald Dahl's books.