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Christina Rauh Fishburne has written stories and pretended to live in stories since she was a small child. Graduating from the University of Alabama with an MFA in Fiction Writing, getting married, having children, and finding her signature red lipstick remain her top accomplishments in life. She lives with her husband and three children wherever the Army tells them to live. And she does it with a fabulous positive attitude. Every time. Visit her blog at https://smilewhenyousaythat.wordpress.com
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Boss of the Bathroom
by Christina Rauh Fishburne

Overview


Everybody has been a child once. Kids will enjoy the everyday escapades of this brother and sister, and parents will be amused by the tongue in cheek narration. Ages 8 and up.
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Description


Emily and Billy Esamier are siblings. Which means they are sworn enemies. Unless one or the other needs help. Or a really good song comes on. Otherwise: sworn enemies. Homework, friendships, rules, holidays, change, and navigating the next stage in growing up are all exhausting to a tween girl—especially when she has to deal with a little brother determined to drive her crazy. And when a mysterious change is in the wind, she can't afford to be distracted by permission slips to use her own bathroom at home or boxed collections of lost teeth… Growing up requires all of her concentration. But somewhere along the way she finds that a sworn enemy can make a pretty great teammate. If she doesn't kill him first…
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Overview


Everybody has been a child once. Kids will enjoy the everyday escapades of this brother and sister, and parents will be amused by the tongue in cheek narration. Ages 8 and up.

Read more

Description


Emily and Billy Esamier are siblings. Which means they are sworn enemies. Unless one or the other needs help. Or a really good song comes on. Otherwise: sworn enemies. Homework, friendships, rules, holidays, change, and navigating the next stage in growing up are all exhausting to a tween girl—especially when she has to deal with a little brother determined to drive her crazy. And when a mysterious change is in the wind, she can't afford to be distracted by permission slips to use her own bathroom at home or boxed collections of lost teeth… Growing up requires all of her concentration. But somewhere along the way she finds that a sworn enemy can make a pretty great teammate. If she doesn't kill him first…

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Book details

Genre:JUVENILE FICTION

Subgenre:Humorous Stories

Language:English

Pages:142

Format:Paperback

Paperback ISBN:9781543935615


Overview


Everybody has been a child once. Kids will enjoy the everyday escapades of this brother and sister, and parents will be amused by the tongue in cheek narration. Ages 8 and up.

Read more

Description


Emily and Billy Esamier are siblings. Which means they are sworn enemies. Unless one or the other needs help. Or a really good song comes on. Otherwise: sworn enemies. Homework, friendships, rules, holidays, change, and navigating the next stage in growing up are all exhausting to a tween girl—especially when she has to deal with a little brother determined to drive her crazy. And when a mysterious change is in the wind, she can't afford to be distracted by permission slips to use her own bathroom at home or boxed collections of lost teeth… Growing up requires all of her concentration. But somewhere along the way she finds that a sworn enemy can make a pretty great teammate. If she doesn't kill him first…

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About the author


Christina Rauh Fishburne has written stories and pretended to live in stories since she was a small child. Graduating from the University of Alabama with an MFA in Fiction Writing, getting married, having children, and finding her signature red lipstick remain her top accomplishments in life. She lives with her husband and three children wherever the Army tells them to live. And she does it with a fabulous positive attitude. Every time. Visit her blog at https://smilewhenyousaythat.wordpress.com

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