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Sixth grader Jamie Corman plans to do the unthinkable: break away from Sadie and the Too Cool Club. Tired of following along and excluding girls who aren’t cool, Jamie wants change. So, she devises a plan to end Sadie’s rule over the sixth grade girls—a plan that leaves her an outcast.
Bullied by Sadie and ignored by her friends, Jamie feels her life is over and wishes for a way back in. Then she meets Pru Wheeler—the smallest, strangest girl in the history of sixth grade. Tiny Pru reads Robert Frost; understands Jamie’s self-centered sister and too-busy parents; and knows why Sadie holds all the power. After Sadie declares that both girls have Loser Syndrome, Pru and Jamie forge a friendship. And when Pru introduces Jamie to the game of lacrosse, they start a team that includes everyone who was ever shunned by the Too Cools.
   But just as the game catches on, a sudden, horrible tragedy brings Jamie face-to-face with Sadie in the biggest confrontation ever to happen at Wheatland Elementary. Will Jamie’s friendship with an unusual student help her stand up, even if she stands alone??

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A Classroom Guide for The Power of Two 

 A Classroom Guide for The Power of Two is designed for use with The Power of Two, but it can also be used as a standalone resource for class discussions on bullying, self-esteem, friendship, peer pressure, and personal power. This guide offers cross-curricular activities, projects, and lessons that can be addressed before, during, and after students read the book. This reproducible guide offers vocabulary directly related to the novel and many ideas for expanding on the book's key themes: personal power, friendship, self-esteem, and bullying.