Song Lee and the "I hate you" notes

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Song Lee books volume 4.
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Song Lee is the nicest person in Room 3B. That's why no one can figure out why anyone would send her an "I hate you" note. Song Lee takes the first note hard -- tears come to her eyes and she feels sick. But as the notes continue, Song Lee toughens up, and decides to strike back -- with something so gross it's sure to teach the note sender a lesson he or she won't soon forget.
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Grouped Work ID 240ff879-a156-393b-3bf6-e96aa1d11576
Grouping Title song lee and the i hate you notes
Grouping Author kline suzy
Grouping Category book
Last Grouping Update 2018-10-20 04:57:04AM
Last Indexed 2019-02-19 04:43:01AM

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accelerated_reader_interest_level LG
accelerated_reader_point_value 0.5
accelerated_reader_reading_level 3.3
auth_author2 Remkiewicz, Frank
author Kline, Suzy.
author2-role Remkiewicz, Frankill.
author_display Kline, Suzy
display_description Song Lee is upset when she receives hateful notes in class, but she finds an appropriate and positive way to deal with them.
id 240ff879-a156-393b-3bf6-e96aa1d11576
isbn 9780670878871
last_indexed 2019-02-19T09:43:01.142Z
lexile_score 650
literary_form Other
literary_form_full Other
primary_isbn 9780670878871
publishDate 1999
record_details ils:a155484|Book|Books||English|Viking,|c1999.|50 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
recordtype grouped_work
series Song Lee books
series_with_volume Song Lee books|4
subject_facet Behavior -- Fiction, Korean Americans -- Juvenile fiction, Schools -- Fiction
title_display Song Lee and the "I hate you" notes
title_full Song Lee and the "I hate you" notes / by Suzy Kline ; pictures by Frank Remkiewicz
title_short Song Lee and the "I hate you" notes
topic_facet Behavior, Korean Americans, Schools