Walker Wildcats Year 2: Age 11 by Tamara Hart Heiner

The Extraordinarily Ordinary Life of Cassandra Jones

The final year of elementary school. The year to rule them all.

Walker wildcats year 2: age 11

As Cassie enters her last year at Walker Elementary, she's pretty sure she has it made. She has a best friend (finally!), excellent grades, and everything she needs to rule the school.

Things unravel fast, however, when she forgets her homework the very first week of school. As if that weren't enough, her best friend soon ditches her, leaving Cassie feeling just as lost as when she moved in. And then she offends a boy in the neighboring class and he turns the whole grade against her.

Will Cassie make it through her sixth grade year? Or will she beg her parents to take her back to Texas?

Contains episodes 1-7.

Genre: JUVENILE FICTION / Readers / Chapter Books

Secondary Genre: JUVENILE FICTION / Social Issues / New Experience

Language: English

Keywords: books for girls, early readers, chapter books, real life adventures, growing up a girl

Word Count: 90000

Sales info:

This book is #2 in a popular, bestselling series for kids! The sell-through from book 1 to book 2 is excellent, and book 1 has already been translated into several different languages. It sells equally well in both ebook and paperback.

Sample text:





Cassandra Jones stopped just inside the entryway of her parents’ plantation-style house and dropped her suitcase. After a week in the arid heat of the Arizona desert, she welcomed the comfort of the sticky Arkansas humidity, even if it made her long dark hair damp, and her glasses kept sliding down her face. This was home to her, though they’d only moved here a year ago.

Besides, she and her younger sister Emily had Girls Club Camp in a week. She’d get to see her best friend Riley for the first time since fifth grade let out for the summer. That was more exciting than flying across the country without her parents, or spending a week feeding apples to her grandparents’ sheep.

“Put your suitcase in your room,” her dad said, coming in behind her with Emily’s bag. Her two sisters and brother followed. Cassie picked her bag up and went to the room she shared with Emily.

It was just as messy as she remembered it. Her parents had taken down the bunk bed, and now Cassie and Emily had two twin beds filling up the space in their tiny bedroom. Scattered everywhere between the beds and on every exposed square of carpet were clothes, toys, books, and old homework papers. Cassie wrinkled her nose. She’d kind of hoped her mom would clean their room while they were gone.

“Ugh, I have to pee again!” Dumping her stuff on the bed, Cassie raced to the bathroom. It had started in Arizona, this crazy need to pee all the time, along with an odd burning feeling every time she tried. Last night and this morning, she’d had to use the bathroom more times than she could count.

Book translation status:

The book is available for translation into any language except those listed below:

Already translated. Translated by Rebeca Camargo
Already translated. Translated by Andrea Guilarte
Author review:
Great communicator, excellent translation.

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