My Worst/Best Sleepover Party

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Rose decides to have a sleepover party for her birthday. What she thought was a great idea turns into a nightmare when the two most popular girls in the class declare they won’t attend if Rose insists on inviting her best friend, Stacy.

Praise & Recognition

Touches on all the key issues in a way that will keep kids (including boys) and grownups interested. Toronto Star
Its message can be helpful for every girl on the playground. Hamilton Spectator
This book really delves into the pain and suffering that bullying can cause. Resource Links
Rose is a very believable character with whom any girl will be able to identify. CM Magazine


Publication Date: March 1, 2007

Reading Age: 6 - 8

Genre: Children's Fiction, Early Chapter Book

Product Format: Paperback

Pages: 122

ISBN: 978-1-897187-20-3

About the Author

Anna Morgan

Anna Morgan is a former staff reporter at The Canadian Jewish News. Her work has appeared in The Washington Post, The National Post and Toronto Life Magazine. A finalist for the National Magazine Award, Anna has written many articles about Ethiopian Jewry.
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About the Author

Rachael Turkienicz

Dr. Rachael Turkienicz is on the Faculty of Education at York University and writes a column for the Canadian Jewish News. Rachel has lectured widely in both Canada and the U.S. and has frequently appeared as a panelist and guest on several television networks.
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