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The Humiliations of Pipi McGee

Beth Vrabel

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General fiction (Children's / Teenage), Family & home stories (Children's / Teenage)

A humorous, heartfelt novel about one girl's quest to right the wrongs of her early education by award-winning author, Beth Vrabel.

The first eight years of Penelope McGee's education have been a curriculum in humiliation. From her kindergarten self-portrait as a bacon with bobbs, to fourth grade when she peed her pants in the library thanks to a stuck zipper to seventh grade where...well, she doesn't talk about seventh grade. Ever.

After hearing the guidance counsellor lecturing them on how high school will be a clean slate for everyone, Pipi--fearing that her eight humiliations will follow her into the halls of Northbrook High School--decides to use her last year in middle school to right the wrongs of her early education and save other innocents from the same picked-on, laughed-at fate. Pipi McGee is seeking redemption, but she'll take revenge, too.

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