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Minor Incidents and Absolute Uncertainties: Frazzled, Book 3

By Amanda Nojadera, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Abbie overcomes Outdoor School anxiety in hilarious sequel.

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Kids will love the charming illustrations, relatable situations, and the sweet, sibling bonding moment in this hilarious graphic novel that continues Abbie's awkward, anxiety-filled adventures. Middle school can be scary, especially when your friends start to have other interests and it feels like you don't belong. But Minor Incidents and Absolute Uncertainties encourages readers to step outside their comfort zones and realize that it's OK to make mistakes. As Abbie begins to embrace her time at Outdoor School, kids will understand the importance of courage, teamwork, friendship, and staying true to yourself.

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