Linsey’s Page for Demonstrating

This is placeholder text. Part sociology, part memoir, part self-help, this entertaining guide to the education system’s most notorious institution aims to explain why trauma and humiliation figure so prominently in our associations with junior high. “Warner knows of what she speaks,” Shannon Hale writes in her review. “Not only is the book well researched, but she also gets personal with her tales of middle school woe — both as a former student and as a parent. It is the caregivers of current middle schoolers who might gain the most solace and insight from this book, those who find that shepherding children through what was once called junior high brings back their own trauma in unexpectedly painful ways.”

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