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Super Emma (Emma series)


  • This third adventure in the series once again portrays the plucky young heroine struggling with conflict resolution and the social issues that many children face. A smattering of whimsical black-and-white illustrations helps to move the story along.
    –Debbie Lewis O
  • This is an honest portrayal of everyday life for many elementary school children and it is told with a sense of humor that will have the reader rooting for Emma. With the recent emphasis given to the bullying problem in numerous schools across the country, this book offers a simple and sensible solution.
  • Emma is a character complicated enough to question herself, make mistakes and triumph in the end.
    –Kirkus Reviews


Greene, Stephanie. Owen Foote, Frontiersman. Clarion, 1999. ISBN-13: 978-0395615782

Howe, James. Pinky and Rex and the Bully. Atheneum, 1996. ISBN-13: 978-0689808340

Kennemore, Tim. Circle of Doom. Farrar, 2003. ISBN-13: 978-0374411985

Krensky, Stephen. Louise Takes Charge. Dial, 1998. ISBN-13: 978-0803723061

Larson, Kirby. Cody and Quinn, Sitting in a Tree. Holiday House, 1996. ISBN-13: 978-0823412273

Naylor, Phyllis Reynolds. Roxie and the Hooligans. Atheneum, 2006. ISBN-13: 978-1416902447

O’Neill, Alexis. The Recess Queen. Scholastic, 2002. ISBN-13: 978-0439206372

Sorel, Edward, and Cheryl Carlesimo. The Saturday Kid. McElderry, 2000. ISBN-13: 978-0689823992

Van Draanen, Wendelin. Shredderman: Secret Identity. Knopf, 2004. ISBN-13: 978-0440419129

Warner, Sally. Not-So-Weird Emma. Viking, 2005. ISBN-13: 978-0142408070

Warner, Sally. Only Emma. Viking, 2005. ISBN-13: 978-0142407110

Weigel, Jeff. Atomic Ace (He’s Just My Dad). Albert Whitman, 2004. ISBN-13: 978-0807532171