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Marvin and the Meanest Girl

Authors: Kline, Suzy
Publisher: Penguin Young Readers Group
BISAC/Subject: JUV035000, JUV039230
ISBN: 9781101175149, Related ISBNs: 0399234098, 0698119673, 1101175141, 9780399234095, 9780698119673
Classification: Fiction
Number of pages: 80,
Audience: Children/juvenile
Synopsis: Marvin Higgins is always calling people names and making them mad. And because the new girl in class, Lucy Tinker, has hair that sticks up like a porcupine, Marvin starts picking on her. But Lucy decides to be mean, too, and scratches Marvin with her long, rainbow-colored nails! Will Marvin and Lucy ever stop fighting? Suzy Kline, creator of Horrible Harry, returns to the classroom in this funny, realistic chapter book.

"The action is fast, the talk is lively, and the drawings get the classroom characters and the standoffs between friends and enemies just right." (Booklist)
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