Anastasia Krupnik
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Anastasia Krupnik

By (author) Lois Lowry

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To Anastasia Krupnik, being ten is very confusing. For one thing, she has this awful teacher who can't understand why Anastasia doesn't capitalize or punctuate her poems. Then, there's Washburn Cummings, a very interesting sixth-grade boy who doesn't even know she is alive. Even her parents have become difficult. They insist she visit her 92-year-old grandmother who can never remember Anastasia's name. On top of that, they're going to have a baby -- at their age! It's enough to make a kid want to do something terrible. Anastasia knows that if she didn't have her secret green notebook to write in, she would never make it to her eleventh birthday.

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  • Paperback | 144 pages
  • 129.54 x 193.04 x 12.7mm | 90.72g
  • 01 Jul 1993
  • Random House USA Inc
  • New York
  • English
  • 0440408520
  • 9780440408529
  • 76,784

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"Anastasia . . . is an amusing and engaging heroine".-- The Horn Book Magazine

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She's smart, sassy, and totally unique!She's anastasia Krupnik!To Anastasia Krupnik, being ten is very confusing. For one thing, she has this awful teacher who can't understand why Anastasia doesn't use capital letters or punctuation in her poems. then there's Washburn Cummings, a very interesting sixth-grade boy who doesn't even know Anastasia's alive. Even her parents have become difficult. They insist she visit her ninety-two-year-old grandmother, who can never remember Anastasia's name. On top of all that, they're going to have a baby -- at their age! It's enough to make a kid want to do something terrible. If she didn't have her secret green notebook to write in, Anastasia might have never make it to her eleventh birthday.

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To Anastasia Krupnik, being ten is very confusing. For one thing, she has this awful teacher who can't understand why Anastasia doesn't capitalize or punctuate her poems. Then, there's Washburn Cummings, a very interesting sixth-grade boy who doesn't even know she is alive. Even her parents have become difficult. They insist she visit her 92-year-old grandmother who can never remember Anastasia's name. On top of that, they're going to have a baby -- at their age! It's enough to make a kid want to do something terrible. Anastasia knows that if she didn't have her secret green notebook to write in, she would never make it to her eleventh birthday.

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