The third book in the popular PRESIDENT series follows kick-butt African American middle schooler Brianna Justice as she goes on assignment covering an inner-city girls' coding class--now in paperback!
When budding middle-school journalist Brianna Justice learns that Yavonka Steele, rising star of the nightly news broadcast, is looking to mentor a student as part of a program at her school, she's thrilled! That is until she's paired instead with a "boring" reporter from the community news desk.
But when she's asked to interview students from a girls' coding program at Price Academy, an inner-city middle-school, this suburban girl has no idea what to expect. Will Brianna learn to ignore stereotypes and embrace the world around her?
Sherri Winston crafts another winning story in the President series, full of humor, heart, and a deeper examination of stereotypes and how they can throw a wrench in middle school life.