Cover image for Revenge of the teacher's pets / Jennifer Ziegler.
Revenge of the teacher's pets / Jennifer Ziegler.
First edition.
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New York, New York : Scholastic Press, 2018.

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247 pages ; 22 cm
The Brewster triplets, Dawn, Darby, and Delaney, are looking forward to a smooth transition to seventh grade, but from the beginning things go wrong: they are split into separate classes, they end up on the cheer squad (which only Delaney likes), Darby is failing, and Dawn keeps getting into trouble--and somehow they must solve all these problems, help plan their older sister's wedding, and stay together despite the changes that come with growing up
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The Brewster triplets have this whole school year figured out. They'll share notes and books and help plan their big sister's wedding, and they're all going to be on color guard. Smooth sailing through the seventh grade.

Only nothing goes right. They're accidentally on cheer squad, of all things. And the sisters are split into different classes--which Darby is failing because of her terrible participation grade. Meanwhile, Delaney really likes cheerleading and doesn't want just go along with what Dawn wants this time, especially on her cheering crusade.

Can the triplets take turns pretending to be Darby, plan a shower for their beloved big sister, and stay out of the trouble Dawn keeps getting them into? And more importantly, can they do it without being split up for good? Three times the teacher's pets means three times the school shenanigans in this fun Brewster Triplets romp from Jennifer Ziegler.

Author Notes

Like the Brewster triplets, Jennifer Ziegler is a native Texan and a lover of family, history, barbecue, and loyal dogs. Although she only has one sister, she does know what it is like to have four kids living in the same house. She is the author of several books for young people, including Sass & Serendipity and How Not to Be Popular . Jennifer lives in Austin, Texas, with her husband, author Chris Barton, and their four children.

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Horn Book Review

Following Revenge of the Happy Campers, the Brewster triplets are in seventh grade, but it's off to a rocky start: the girls' now-diverging interests and personalities seem to be pulling the formerly tight-knit trio apart. Fortunately, sisterhood is powerful, and a surprising family development reminds the girls of what's important in this satisfying if somewhat predictable fourth series installment. (c) Copyright 2019. The Horn Book, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.