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Justin Case: Rules, Tools, and Maybe a Bully Excerpt

Justin Case: Rules, Tools, and Maybe a Bully Excerpt

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Justin Case made it through third grade and summer camp in the previous two books. Now he’s in fourth grade, and there’s even more to worry about: friends, bullies, grades, tests—and did we say bullies?

Once again, Rachel Vail and Matthew Cordell bring to life all the worries and triumphs of elementary school life, in diary form. Fans will relate to Justin and his adventures.
Justin Case made it through third grade and summer camp in the previous two books. Now he’s in fourth grade, and there’s even more to worry about: friends, bullies, grades, tests—and did we say bullies?

Once again, Rachel Vail and Matthew Cordell bring to life all the worries and triumphs of elementary school life, in diary form. Fans will relate to Justin and his adventures.

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Published by: mackidsbooks on Apr 24, 2014
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FEIWEL AND FRIENDSNew York 
 
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September 1, Wednesday 
I figured it out before I even opened my eyes.I was half awake but still lying still,  wondering why it felt like in my heart there was a kind of fighting.And then, suddenly, my eyes opened because I knew:September.It was back.
1
September 2, Thursday 
In our family we have a lot of rules. Like
Share.
 That’s a biggie.But now it turns out that
Don’t take Dad’s stuff 
 is an even bigger one.
 
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So after the yelling by Mom, I was not allowed to use Dad’s tools anymore. Even though I really needed to build a lock to keep my little sister, Elizabeth, out of my room while Cash was over. Boys who are going into fourth grade don’t need an almost first- grader barging in and saying we are playing too rough.Even if we are.Building something with a toolbox, I was thinking, might be a way to calm things down, for goodness sake, which is another rule in our family:
Not so wild in the house
.We also have the
Please
 and
Thank you
 thing going strong here, and you’re supposed to just remember to say them  without even a hint. After you eat, you have to say
 May I be excused?
 and then clear your plate. Those are not rules in my second- best- friend Noah’s family. Noah can just leave his stuff on the table and get up whenever he’s done. I am not sure  what the rule is in Cash’s family, because they just moved here from Tennessee in June and I didn’t even know we were such great friends during camp. The way I found out we were such great friends in camp was: He told his mom we were, and so he wanted to have a playdate  with me, so she called my mom on the phone with the news.

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