Confessions of A So-called Middle Child

Confessions of A So-called Middle Child

eBook - 2013
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Charlie C. Cooper, reformed bully, gifted hacker, and middle child wants to make "cool" friends at her new school in Los Angeles, but her psychologist tasks her with becoming friends with the school's "biggest loser". In public. As Charlie says, "Just kill me now, please."
Publisher: New York :, HarperCollins,, 2013
ISBN: 9780062126924
Branch Call Number: Online eBook
Characteristics: 1 online resource
text file, rda
Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc

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anitalee6923
Feb 15, 2018

There’s a lot of birth order stereotyping in the two books. They’re not necessarily true for everyone, but overall I loved this book! The narrator is/was a bully. She had insecurities but becomes a hero by the end of the second book. It shows the good side of her, that she’s somehow good on the inside... it’s just that she seemed too people pleasing and cared too much about popularity at school. At the very end, the most bullied girl changes her life and viewpoint.

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LifeLoverSam
Jul 30, 2016

Learn how you could become a better and improved person !! :D Funny book alright !! ;)

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BUNBUN1978
Apr 11, 2014

does this book get any better a few chapters in an I cannot stand the main character.

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copicmarker
Feb 20, 2014

so good!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :)

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