Sherri Winston
President of the Whole Sixth Grade
June 26, 2019 Comments.. 987
President of the Whole Sixth Grade In this follow up to President of the Whole Fifth Grade Brianna navigates her toughest challenge yet middle school Brianna Justice is determined to raise enough money for the big class trip to Washin

  • Title: President of the Whole Sixth Grade
  • Author: Sherri Winston
  • ISBN: 9780316377232
  • Page: 295
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In this follow up to President of the Whole Fifth Grade, Brianna navigates her toughest challenge yet middle school Brianna Justice is determined to raise enough money for the big class trip to Washington, D.C but she s up against a lot classmates who all pretend to be something they re not, a new nemesis determined to run her out of office, and the sinking feeling sheIn this follow up to President of the Whole Fifth Grade, Brianna navigates her toughest challenge yet middle school Brianna Justice is determined to raise enough money for the big class trip to Washington, D.C but she s up against a lot classmates who all pretend to be something they re not, a new nemesis determined to run her out of office, and the sinking feeling she s about to lose her two best friends for good But just when she begins to lose hope, she comes to realize that sometimes surprises can turn out even better than the best laid plans.Sherri Winston tells a story brimming with humor and heart as Brianna navigates the ins and outs of middle school, discovering that inspiration can come when you least expect it.

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    1 Blog on “President of the Whole Sixth Grade

    1. ReGina says:

      While I don't think this is as strong as the first, I definitely think it is a strong follow up to President of the Whole Fifth Grade. While the first book explored American civics as an aside, this one tackles the Roman empire, which is a great perspective for kids to have. Brianna has now been appointed president of the entire sixth grade, which requires her to raise enough money for a class trip to DC. This book tackles some realistic things about middle school, especially the change and evol [...]

    2. Maria says:

      This book is an extraordinary adventure taken place in a middle school. It has a lot of clever storytelling and an excellent plot line as well as humorous characters. This book really toyed with my emotions as I got in farther, into the book and as soon as I started it I was hooked imidietly. It's really good and I enjoyed reading it.

    3. Jessica says:

      I liked it and I'm glad that she got everyone to go on the trip. It takes a lot of hard work to be in charge of something like that. I think that 6 graders would like it more because they can relate to some of the difficulties that she had.

    4. Mark Tredray says:

      Cute. Lacks the nuance and depth of some of the other YA literature I've read. No issues with inappropriate content for 6th grade.

    5. Aliyah says:

      i am going to love this book

    6. Emily Lanpher says:

      This is an excellent book that shares many great messages with it's readers! Excellent read for the promotion of tweens and young adults taking a stand for their beliefs and going the extra mile.

    7. Ms. Yingling says:

      E ARC from Edelweiss Above the TreelineBrianna has moved up a grade from President of the Whole Fifth Grade, and is back with her clipboard and a plan to earn enough money so that her class can go to a leadership conference in Washington, D.C. There are some problems along the way with friends, a lot of difficulty in raising money, and some intrigue with a new girl, Red. Brianna manages to triumph despite her small size and the fact that her classmates think she dresses like a "jelly bean", and [...]

    8. Morgan says:

      Here we have Brianna Justice, a goal-oriented, smart, and determined young girl, who is class President of the sixth grade. She's trying to raise money for a class trip to Washington D.C. She has her handy clipboard and ideas on how to raise money for her class. Although, there are some issues that arise when two of her best friends start to act weird and hang out with some popular mean girls called, The Peas. Brianna is faced with having to get her class to D.C. and trying to keep up with frien [...]

    9. Rachael says:

      Cute, enjoyable story, with a plucky, high-achieving protagonist. Without spoiling the ending, I will say that I was a bit disappointed with her speech at the end. I'm also unsure how I feel about the way the story resolved with her friends Sara & Beck. I didn't realize somehow that this is a sequel until after I was partway into the book. I'll probably go back and read the prequel at some point, and I hope that the author continues Brianna's story.

    10. Lily Amling says:

      I thought that it was a really good book to learn things from.

    11. Phoenix K. says:

      What a fun read. I'm almost sad this one is over. The characters were colorful and the conflicts felt genuine. Though the protagonist had a strong character arc, the tone of the story felt light and non snarky; which,for me, was refreshing. The mix of educational content and yummy cupcake recipes fit nicely into the story line without being distracting.

    12. Katie Rybakova says:

      FANTASTIC read. All the great coming of age themes-- friendship, adjustment to MS, leadership, burnout, the necessity of support/teamwork. It takes a bit to "believe" the characters at first, but an easy ready to get hooked on. I am so glad that Brianna Justice represents a powerful 6th grade student. This will make you laugh, tear up, and smile. What a great read!

    13. Booklo says:

      This is the 2nd book of the Brianna Justice series and I love it as much as the 1st book! Now, Brianna is in sixth grade so in this book their are a lot of unexpected things in this book.

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