Grown-ups are reading my journal! I think I know why. They want to see if my sixth grade was anything like their sixth grade. I’ll bet it was. Well, maybe not EVERYTHING. Their mother might not have dated their teacher, and they didn’t have Melvin Porter trying to kiss them all the time. Ick! But probably they had to think about how people treat other people, how we get accused of stuff we didn’t do, or how we wish we would have not done something because of how it turned out. They might have solved mysteries and they might have had a dog. Maybe they even had a teacher with a big behind. Hahahaha!
I hope if they like Sally Jo Survives Sixth Grade: A Journal, that they tell readers in grades 4-6 all about it. And I hope they answer the journal question after every chapter and share what they wrote with the kids they know.
Whatever the grown-ups do, I hope they keep reading and writing about the changes we all go through in life.