Paperback Chapter Book
Published by Penguin Workshop
Illustrated by Vanessa Brantley Newton

From the publisher: "When Jada Jones's best friend moves away, school feels like the last place she wants to be. She'd much rather wander outside looking for cool rocks to add to her collection, since finding rocks is much easier than finding friends. So when Jada's teacher announces a class project on rocks and minerals, Jada finally feels like she's in her element. The only problem: one of her teammates doesn't seem to like any of Jada's ideas. She doesn't seem to like Jada all that much, either. Can Jada figure out a way to make a winning science project and a new friend?  

 

Paperback Chapter Book
Published by Penguin Workshop
Illustrated by Vanessa Brantley Newton

From the publisher: "As a candidate for class representative, Jada is ready to give the campaign her all. But when rumors start to fly about her secret fear of public speaking, she isn't sure who she can trust. And the pressure to make promises she can't keep only adds to her growing list of problems. Is winning even worth it when friendships are on the line?"

 

Paperback Chapter Book
Published by Penguin Workshop
Illustrated by Nneka Myers & Vanessa Brantley Newton

From the publisher: "Jada is hosting her first sleepover, and she has lots of cool scientific activities planned: kitchen chemistry and even making slime! But when her friends get tired of the lessons and just want to hang out, can Jada figure out the formula for fun and save the sleepover?"

 

* Kids always ask a parent or adult to supervise before trying science experiments. Jada's first rule of being a sleepover scientist is being safe.

Paperback Chapter Book
Published by Penguin Workshop
Illustrated by Nneka Myers & Vanessa Brantley Newton

From the publisher: "When the student council decides to host a dance as their next fundraiser, Jada feels nervous and queasy. She's excited to give back, but she can't dance! Still, she's determined to help the cause and show she cares. She practices her moves, gets help from friends, and even does research at the library to prepare--but will it be enough to help her create change in her community?"

 

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