The Report Card


Author: Andrew Clements

A fifth-grade genius turns the spotlight on grades – good and bad – in this novel from Andrew Clements, the author of Frindle.Nora Rose Rowley is a genius, but don’t tell anyone. She’s managed to make it to the fifth grade without anyone figuring out that she’s not just an ordinary kid, and she wants to keep it that way. But then Nora gets fed up with the importance everyo….Read More

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