Figure It Out, Henri Weldon
7th grader Henrietta Weldon gets to switch schools—finally! She'll be “mainstreaming” into public school, leaving her special education school behind. She can't wait for her new schedule, new friends, and new classes.
Henri's dyscalculia, a learning disability that makes math challenging to process and understand, is what she expects to give her problems. What she doesn't expect is a family feud with her sister over her new friends, joining the girl's soccer team, and discovering poetry. Henri's tutor and new friend, Vinnie, reminds her to take it slow. One problem at a time.
If Henri Weldon has twenty-four hours in a day, and she has two siblings who dislike her four new friends, two hours of soccer practice, seven hours of classes, and three hours of homework . . . she has:
- No free time
- No idea how to make everyone happy
- No time to figure it out, Henri Weldon!
Figure It Out, Henri Weldon is about the complex calculations it takes for everyone to balance the equations of their lives.
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