Camille Mcphee Fell Under The Bus by Kristen TracyCamille Mcphee Fell Under The Bus by Kristen Tracy

Camille Mcphee Fell Under The Bus

byKristen Tracy

Paperback | October 12, 2010

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From the author of the Project (Un)Popular series and Too Cool For This School, a fun middle school story about a girl determined to make the best of any situation.

Imagine being Camille McPhee. She has low blood sugar, so she carries extra food in a cooler. Would you want to do that?

Didn't think so.

And you wouldn’t want to fall under the school bus. That happened to Camille too!
Her cat, Checkers, is lost. And her best friend, Sally, moved to Japan.

It would be hard to stay optimistic, right? But Camille is what her mom calls HOPEFUL. Because really? There are plenty of things to be positive about:

gifted reading
a nonsqueaky mattress
eating banned foods
the big blue butterfly

Even making a new friend. Imagine that!

"This book about friendship and loss kindly teaches that life is pretty much what one is willing to make of it." --School Library Journal, starred review

"[A] touching debut." --Kirkus Reviews
Kristen Tracy is the author of many popular novels, including the PROJECT (UN)POPULAR series and Too Cool for This School. She lives with her family in the popular state of California. Visit her online at kristentracy.com and on Twitter at @kristen_tracy (it will make her feel popular).
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Title:Camille Mcphee Fell Under The BusFormat:PaperbackDimensions:304 pages, 7.63 × 5.25 × 0.66 inPublished:October 12, 2010Publisher:Random House Children's BooksLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0375845461

ISBN - 13:9780375845468

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Editorial Reviews

"The lively, first-person narrative moves readers through possibly banal or overly traumatic episodes with a gentleness and humor that has them rooting for Camille. This book about friendship and loss kindly teaches that life is pretty much what one is willing to make of it." --School Library Journal, starred review"Camille's a survivor, 'born with the power to bounce back,' which she does with surprising panache and hope in this touching debut." --Kirkus Reviews"Middle-grade readers will enjoy the insider's viewpoint, the blend of farce and sorrow, and the ending, which brings no neat resolution, just a yearning for a world that feels 'a little more fair.'" --Booklist"Readers will enjoy the many antics that occur throughout this story. . . . This is an excellent book that can be used to engage reluctant readers." --Children's Literature