Justine McKeen, Queen of Green by Sigmund BrouwerJustine McKeen, Queen of Green by Sigmund Brouwer

Justine McKeen, Queen of Green

bySigmund BrouwerIllustratorDave Whamond

Paperback | November 1, 2011

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Justine McKeen talks too much, bosses people around too much, and as everyone soon finds out, she tells the truth, but just not all at once. Justine's trying to save the planet, one person and one cause at a time. Best of all, when she decides to get something done, it involves a whole lot of laughter and fun for everyone.
Sigmund Brouwer, Sigmund Brouwer was born in Central Alberta to Dutch immigrant parents. He received his Bachelor's Degree in Commerce from Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan and an Honours Bachelor's Degree in Journalism from Carleton University. He published many articles in American and Canadian magazines before he got his big...
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Title:Justine McKeen, Queen of GreenFormat:PaperbackDimensions:64 pages, 7.62 × 5.25 × 0.2 inPublished:November 1, 2011Publisher:Orca Book PublishersLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1554699274

ISBN - 13:9781554699278

Appropriate for ages: 7

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Jimmy Blatzo saw three large brownie squares in a Ziploc bag on the table. He grabbed the squares. "This is your punishment."    He pulled one out and crammed it into his mouth.     "May I have the bag back?" Justine asked. "Reduce. Reuse. Recycle."    "Not a chance," he said, chewing. He marched out of the cafeteria.    "That's too bad," Justine told Michael and Safdar.    "What?" Safdar asked. "That you just made enemies with the biggest bully in the school?"    "Or that he drank your juice, smashed your sandwiches and took your desert?" said Michael.    "No," said Justine. "That he took the Ziploc bag. I was hoping to use it for the whole school year. Plus, those brownies were part of my science project."