Can average be amazing? A girl challenges herself to become extraordinary in the latest from bestselling author Andrew Clements.
Jordan Johnston is average. Not short, not tall. Not plump, not slim. Not blond, not brunette. Not gifted, not flunking out. Even her shoe size is average. She's ordinary for her school, for her town, for even the whole wide world, it seems.
But everyone else? They re remarkable. She sees evidence everywhere on TV, in movies and magazines, and even in the e-mail blasts that fill her inbox. Tremendously talented. Stunningly beautiful. Wildly gifted. And some of them are practically her age
Jordan feels doomed to a life of wallowing in the vast, soggy middle. So she makes a goal: By the end of the year, she will discover her great talent. By the end of the year, she will no longer be average. She "will" find a way to become extraordinary, and everyone "will "know about it
Well known for his expert ability to relate to kids in a school setting, bestselling author Andrew Clements presents a compelling story of the greatest achievement possible personal acceptance.
About the Author
Andrew Clements is the author of the enormously popular "Frindle." More than 10 million of his books have sold, he has been nominated for a multitude of state awards, and he has won two Christopher Awards and an Edgar Award. His popular works include "Extra Credit, Lost and Found, No Talking, Troublemaker, Lunch Money," and more. He is also the author of the Benjamin Pratt & the Keepers of the School series. Mr. Clements taught in the public schools near Chicago for seven years before moving east to begin a career in publishing and writing. He lives with his wife in central Massachusetts and has four grown children. His website is AndrewClements.com.