HRMNobody's Perfect Soft CoverP5583525HRM-B1067https://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/HRM/HRM-B1067.jpgNobody's Perfect Soft Cover Drawing on her own childhood experiences, Marlee Matlin tells another story of Megan in this funny book that will have readers rooting for the spirited young girl.558352597814169497630.14lbs0.000.000.00
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Drawing on her own childhood experiences, Marlee Matlin tells another story of Megan in this funny book that will have readers rooting for the spirited young girl.
Megan has spent forever planning for her positively purple birthday sleepover. She's invited all the girls in her class and even made glittery purple invitations for each one. Then a new girl joins the class. Alexis Powell seems perfect. She's smart, pretty and rules the soccer field. Megan tries everything to be a friend to Alexis, but the new girl is rude and aloof. At first Megan thinks Alexis is just shy, but then begins to suspect that Alexis is treating her differently because of her hearing loss. When the girls are forced to work together on a science fair project, Megan learns the truth, and realizes that nobody's perfect. [Marlee Matlin, Doug Cooney; (2007) 240 pages; ages 8-12]
5-10 Years, 10-14 Years, Big Kids
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