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Complete set! Contains episodes 1-6.What's special about Cassandra? Absolutely nothing. She's as ordinary as any other fifth grader, and fifth grade is hard enough without switching schools and moving across the country.But that's exactly what Cassie's dad forced her to do. Now she's the new girl in small town when she's used to knowing everyone in her big city school.They Complete set! Contains episodes 1-6.What's special about Cassandra? Absolutely nothing. She's as ordinary as any other fifth grader, and fifth grade is hard enough without switching schools and moving across the country.But that's exactly what Cassie's dad forced her to do. Now she's the new girl in small town when she's used to knowing everyone in her big city school.They all know each other. She doesn't quite fit in, and she seems to be slightly out of sync with the kids and teachers. But Cassie quickly discovers something about herself: she has something unique to contribute. Join Cassie as she faces challenges and learns deeper life lessons about friendship, leadership, and self-confidence in new situations!This book compiles episodes 1-6 of season 1, Walker Wildcats Year 1.


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Complete set! Contains episodes 1-6.What's special about Cassandra? Absolutely nothing. She's as ordinary as any other fifth grader, and fifth grade is hard enough without switching schools and moving across the country.But that's exactly what Cassie's dad forced her to do. Now she's the new girl in small town when she's used to knowing everyone in her big city school.They Complete set! Contains episodes 1-6.What's special about Cassandra? Absolutely nothing. She's as ordinary as any other fifth grader, and fifth grade is hard enough without switching schools and moving across the country.But that's exactly what Cassie's dad forced her to do. Now she's the new girl in small town when she's used to knowing everyone in her big city school.They all know each other. She doesn't quite fit in, and she seems to be slightly out of sync with the kids and teachers. But Cassie quickly discovers something about herself: she has something unique to contribute. Join Cassie as she faces challenges and learns deeper life lessons about friendship, leadership, and self-confidence in new situations!This book compiles episodes 1-6 of season 1, Walker Wildcats Year 1.

30 review for Walker Wildcats Year 1: Age 10 Box set: Episodes 1-6

  1. 4 out of 5

    Tanya

    Follow her as she tries to adjust to a new home, new school and trying to make new friends. She is missing everything about her old town, school and friends. She even has to deal with bullies. See how she gets on trying to fit in I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Emmy

    •audiobook• My sons have graduated from high school within the past eight years (yikes! Is that telling my age or what?! No more than when I talk about the books I listen to with my infant granddaughters, I’m sure) but I don’t recall their female friends - nor my girlfriends’ daughters acting quite like this at 11/in middle school. More so in elementary school. So the age of the characters and audience seem off. Dialogue sounds like ... the formula of the books I was reading when I was growing up •audiobook• My sons have graduated from high school within the past eight years (yikes! Is that telling my age or what?! No more than when I talk about the books I listen to with my infant granddaughters, I’m sure) but I don’t recall their female friends - nor my girlfriends’ daughters acting quite like this at 11/in middle school. More so in elementary school. So the age of the characters and audience seem off. Dialogue sounds like ... the formula of the books I was reading when I was growing up; not like how I nor other adults talk to their kids. But that’s a minor “non reality” and didn’t calculate into my rating. Narrator was appropriate for the series. She sounded like a young reader. Cassandra Jones’ misadventures were cleverly developed with practical results. Easily a 4 or 5 star push with more polishing. Clean and sweet, it’s a throwback to previous generations with a modern spin. This is my voluntary review of an audiobook received for free.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Cindy Cooke

    Nicely written book about childhood through the eyes of a 5th grader Such a cute book set! I was offered this in exchange for my honest review. These books follow the life of a fifthgrader as she changes addresses and schools. No one wants to leave rheir friends and familiar places by moving to another state. Cassie has no choice in it either. She and her brother and sister are all more excited when they move from the temporary apartment to their new home where there is so much more room. Slowly Nicely written book about childhood through the eyes of a 5th grader Such a cute book set! I was offered this in exchange for my honest review. These books follow the life of a fifthgrader as she changes addresses and schools. No one wants to leave rheir friends and familiar places by moving to another state. Cassie has no choice in it either. She and her brother and sister are all more excited when they move from the temporary apartment to their new home where there is so much more room. Slowly Cassie begins to settle into her routine, which includes new teachers, friends, and classmates. New pets round out her days, and soon she is enjoying her new spaces far more than she thougnt she ever would. This is a well-written story. I am sure many kids will enjoy reading it and its sequel.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Nicole Dunton

    Cassandra is nervous. She just moved to a new place. She'll be starting a new school. She knows nobody. She's pleasantly surprised to find how quickly she fits in and makes friends. She also joins a lot of activities that she really enjoys. I really enjoyed this story. I found it very adorable. I also found it very realistic. There were a few things that I didn't really care for in the book, but they actually happen. Not writing about them doesn't exactly make them go away. I can say that this bo Cassandra is nervous. She just moved to a new place. She'll be starting a new school. She knows nobody. She's pleasantly surprised to find how quickly she fits in and makes friends. She also joins a lot of activities that she really enjoys. I really enjoyed this story. I found it very adorable. I also found it very realistic. There were a few things that I didn't really care for in the book, but they actually happen. Not writing about them doesn't exactly make them go away. I can say that this book has helped me NOT miss some of the dramas we experienced in school. I think all the characters were adorable. There were a few snotty brats in the book, but they exist in the real world too. Expecting them to be punished for their actions when they don't, in reality, would be a stretch as well. I did really see the child me in Cassandra. Well, in some ways. This book was narrated by Hysha Nesmith. I do not have a problem with her narration. I felt like she could have been reading a story to children in schools or libraries. She knew her audience and she nailed it. There were just a few minor issues I had with it. The noise at the beginning of each chapter was a little cringy, but minor. She also has parts of the book where she gets a little choppy. This book combines all the volumes of Year 1 into one book. I think it was pretty clever. I know I'm not a child, but I enjoyed this book. I may not have children now but I may one day and it will be nice to have a list of books I'd willingly read to them already!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Barbara Ann

    Cassandra Jones is a fifth grader who has just been uprooted because her family has moved from Texas to Arkansas. Facing the first day in a new school with trepidation, her fears are allayed when Danelle invites her to eat lunch with her and join her on the playground. Maybe things won't be so bad. Cassie is disappointed when her mom is late picking her up, but then rejoices when she finds out that their new house is ready. Soon after she finds a problem when a classmate who wants to be her frie Cassandra Jones is a fifth grader who has just been uprooted because her family has moved from Texas to Arkansas. Facing the first day in a new school with trepidation, her fears are allayed when Danelle invites her to eat lunch with her and join her on the playground. Maybe things won't be so bad. Cassie is disappointed when her mom is late picking her up, but then rejoices when she finds out that their new house is ready. Soon after she finds a problem when a classmate who wants to be her friend doesn't get along with Danelle. Then things don't go smoothly at Girl's Club, and she is tempted to quit because she is treated unfairly. To make matters worse, her mother says no when Cassie falls in love with a dog that her friend's family is offering for adoption. This book discusses many of the trials and tribulations preteens face with their peers and the adults with whom they interact. Marketed for children from second grade through middle grades, girls who are dealing with coming of age and family or school adjustment issues will find it has genuine appeal. Lots of dialogue and a few simple black and white illustrations. I think that teachers in grades three to five may find it a good candidate for a group discussion.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Elissa

    Fifth Grade I know what it is like to be the new kid in school--as a 4th grader I was introduced as "our new little girl from Germany," which had been Dad's last military duty station. Moving from Texas to rural Arkansas was probably just as daunting for Cassie, and the experiences related rang very true to my memories of trying to fit it in and being baffled by new and different things others took utterly for granted. There are joy and tragedy and homework, siblings, best friends and failed fri Fifth Grade I know what it is like to be the new kid in school--as a 4th grader I was introduced as "our new little girl from Germany," which had been Dad's last military duty station. Moving from Texas to rural Arkansas was probably just as daunting for Cassie, and the experiences related rang very true to my memories of trying to fit it in and being baffled by new and different things others took utterly for granted. There are joy and tragedy and homework, siblings, best friends and failed friendships, all well told, and narrated by Hysha Nesmith in an appropriately high-pitched fifth grade girl's voice. I, as an adult, was fully engaged; I would expect the early chapterbook readers would be equally delighted. This was originally published in shorter episodes but is here consolidated into a single, smoothly flowing narrative encompassing Cassandra's entire fifth grade school year.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Sonya

  8. 5 out of 5

    Bin

  9. 4 out of 5

    LEE MENGHUNG

  10. 4 out of 5

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  11. 4 out of 5

    Robert J McKnight

  12. 4 out of 5

    Morgan perez

  13. 4 out of 5

    Pie Pie ·_·

  14. 5 out of 5

    Kimberly Parker

  15. 5 out of 5

    Buthayna Fahmy

  16. 4 out of 5

    Joy

  17. 5 out of 5

    Victoria Hunte

  18. 4 out of 5

    Resha Sejpal

  19. 4 out of 5

    Wilfred Yiu

  20. 4 out of 5

    Bailey Alex

  21. 5 out of 5

    Joe Aranyosi

  22. 4 out of 5

    Emma Heren

  23. 5 out of 5

    Anurita Chaturvedi

  24. 4 out of 5

    Becky Daigle

  25. 4 out of 5

    Sandra (bookjunkee)

  26. 5 out of 5

    kr

  27. 5 out of 5

    Kate

  28. 4 out of 5

    mia starling

  29. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

  30. 5 out of 5

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