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by Eve Bunting

  • ISBN: 0152753508
  • Author: Eve Bunting
  • ePub ver: 1522 kb
  • Fb2 ver: 1522 kb
  • Rating: 4.8 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 96
  • Publisher: Harcourt Childrens Books; 1st edition (September 1, 1986)
  • Formats: mobi lit mbr lrf
  • Category: Kids
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Janey worries that the sixth-grade Rabbit Reading Club's all-night sleepover will expose her fear of the dark.

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Sixth-Grade Sleepover book. Eve Bunting has won several awards for her works. Bunting went to school in Ireland and grew up with storyt Also known as Evelyn Bolton and . Anne Evelyn Bunting, better known as Eve Bunting, is an author with more than 250 books. Her books are diverse in age groups, from picture books to chapter books, and topic, ranging from Thanksgiving to riots in Los Angeles. Bunting went to school in Ireland and grew up with storytelling.

Sixth-Grade Sleepover. Sixth-Grade Sleepover. by. Bunting, Eve, 1928-. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

Janey worries that the sixth grade Rabbit Reading Club's all-night sleepover will expose her fear of the dark, but it turns out that she is not the only member with a secret.

Janey worries that the sixth-grade Rabbit Reading Club's all-night sleepover will expose her fear of the dark, but it turns out that she is not the only member with a secret show more. Publication date 01 Oct 1999. Publisher Turtleback Books. ISBN13 9780833512079.

Used availability for Eve Bunting's Sixth-Grade Sleepover. September 1986 : USA Hardback.

The teachers are sponsoring a sixth grade sleepover and readathon. Everyone is excited, except Janey. She is worried about her secret being discovered: her fear. The teachers are sponsoring a sixth grade sleepover and readathon in the school cafeteria. Everyone is excited about it, except Janey. see all The teachers are sponsoring a sixth grade sleepover and readathon in the school cafeteria. She is worried about getting through the night without anyone discovering her secret: that she is afraid of the dark.

Sixth Grade Sleepover, Harcourt (San Diego, CA), 1986. The author of over two hundred titles, children's book author Eve Bunting has entertained children in genres ranging from mystery to science fiction to contemporary problem stories. Scary, Scary Halloween, Clarion (New York, NY), 1986. The Mother's Day Mice, illustrated by Jan Brett, Clarion (New York, NY), 1986. Proficient in picture books, middle-grade readers, and young-adult novels, she has won a flotilla of awards in a career that has spanned over three decades. by Eve Bunting, 151 pages. Unfortunately, plans can go wrong. This book for the blind is offered in Original or Unified English Braille. What is Original Braille? What is Unified English Braille. Unfortunately, plans can go wrong or a rabbit either! For ages 9 to 12.

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Janey worries that the sixth grade Rabbit Reading Club's all-night sleepover will expose her fear of the dark, but it turns out that she is not the only member with a secret.
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unmasked
I got this book to add to my "YA" library. I work with middle school students and I love having books that I read when I was in middle school available to them. This story is very sweet and a great message. I found the story spoke intelligently and wasn't too cheesy. I could relate to the story when I was in middle school and I have found that it still works now ten years later. It is a favorite of my sixth grade girls.
Topmen
Janey is both nervous and excited about her school reading club's upcoming co-ed sleepover. For one thing, she has been eyeing a boy in her class and the sleepover sounds like the perfect opportunity to get to know him better. The class cute girl, Sylvie, is also crushing on Blake, and without Janey there to make sure they don't get too close, she might lose her chance with him.

There's one thing stopping Janey from attending the sleepover: she's deathly afraid of the dark. Janey's fear started when she was a baby and had a sitter who would lock her in the closet when she was bad. Her parents tried sending her to a counselor, but it appears Janey wasn't ready to accept help and nothing changed.

After discussing the dilemma with her parents, it is decided that Janey's mother will call the school and suggest night lights be put up around the cafeteria where the sleepover will be taking place. However, after visiting the school at night, Janey decides the lights aren't enough and she'll just have to hide out in the restroom until morning.

It turns out that Janey isn't the only one with this plan. A strange new girl also takes refuge in a restroom stall and she and Janey bond over their respective problems. (Rosie can't read very well and just joined the club to make friends). The girls conclude that hiding from a bad situation can only make it worse. Janey hints that she'll take up counseling again and Rosie will get help with her reading. There is also some thing about the class rabbit, who was thought to be male, having bunnies in Janey's sleeping bag.

Throughout the book, there is an appreciative nod to the wonderfulness of reading. Several real titles are mentioned, the members of the Rabbit Reading Club appear to be the cool kids at school, the kids are in awe of their teachers because of their shared love of reading and books even help Janey get closer to Blake.
Monn
Twelve-year-old Janey Winston has a huge secret...she's afraid of the dark. Thanks to a horrifying childhood experience, Janey has slept with a nightlight throughout her life and has no plans to do without one anytime soon.

Then Janey and her best friend Claudia find out their school's reading club, of which they are both members, is planning a co-ed sleepover in the school cafeteria. The two girls are thrilled, especially since they know that Blake and Malcolm, the two boys they secretly have crushes on, will also be attending.

But Janey also knows that after the fun is over, everyone will settle down for the night...in the dark. She desperately wants to be with her friends, but she also knows she isn't going to get rid of a lifelong fear within a matter of weeks.

Janey is so embarassed about having a "babyish" problem that she doesn't want anyone to know. But, as Janey learns, sometimes you have to trust others and let them help you in order to conquer your fears...
Zeleence
I picked this book up at my local library and decided to give it a try. I ended up enjoying it a lot, but, of course, it wasn't perfect, but it did meet my exceptions. I have always enjoyed Eve Bunting's books, but I say that this is my favorite Eve Bunting book I've read. I only rated it four stars instead of five stars, because, even though I liked it, it wasn't perfect.

Meet Janey Winston, a sixth grader at Fred Barrington Elementary School. She, her best friend Claudia Fairfield, as well as Janey's secret crush, Blake Conway, are all R.A.B.B.I.T.S. (Read A Book; Bring It To School.) Claudia and Janey have just heard great news, too, for all the Rabbits - there's going to be a big sleepover party in the cafeteria!

Claudia's so excited; she's got a new pair a pair of pajames, and they're going to be carpooling with Blake, Janey's crush, Malcolm Price, Claudia's crush, as well as the weird new girl - Rosie Green. But Janey's worried - she has a secret no one can know - she's afraid of the dark - because of an old babysitter. Will Janey have to miss the sleepover of the century?

Emma Aema
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this book is about two young girls who are envited to a sleep over with their reading group-"the rabbits". they both want to go (especially since the girls crushes will be there!) but one of them has a secret problem. with the help of an unlikely friend and a great teacher, the girls get to go to the sleep over and have an exciting night thats full of suspence and fun.

i would recemend it to any young girl from ages 9 to 13. i got it from my grandmother and have already read it twice and really enjoyed it both times.
Mildorah
Being a P.E. teacher, I find that many students leave their belongings in the gym, especially if their class is the last class of the day. One day, I found this book, picked it up and started reading it. Needless to say, I finished it and returned it the next day. It was one of the best books that I could have ever read. It not only showed how much fun reading is, but it also dealt with issues adults deal with on a daily basis. I really loved the book.
Gavidor
I am 22 years of age but I remember reading this book in the sixth grade. I fell in love with it and thought the whole idea of kids actually reading and enjoying reading was fantastic. Too bad kids today do not have the same passion. It isn't sappy or superficial, but is a real depiction of what it feels like at that age.
"Sixth Grade Sleepover" was wonderful! It's become one of my favorites. I hope Ms. Bunting writes many more like it

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