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California English Reviews Dewey Fairchild

Thank you to California English, issue February 2020, for the terrific review of Dewey Fairchild, Sibling Problem Solver! I’ve been reading this professional journal since I was a pup-of-a-teacher.

What an honor!

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Lorri Horn Member of Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators

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Lorri Horn is an educator and the author of Dewey Fairchild, Parent Problem Solver, which received a starred review from Kirkus Reviews, who included it among the “Best Middle Grade Books of 2017.” She has a degree in English, a teaching credential, has been Nationally Board Certified, and taught public school for 15 years.

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Lorri Horn Member of Authors Guild

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Dewey Fairchild isn’t just good with parents, he’s great with them. He’s so good at handling parents that he’s built a thriving business out of it. He even has a secretary, Clara―a great alibi and an even better baker.

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Book #3 Dewey Fairchild Kirkus Reviews

DEWEY FAIRCHILD by Lorri Horn | Kirkus Reviews

A problem-solving sixth grader adds annoying siblings to his caseload in this third installment of a middle-grade series. For more than a year, sixth grader Dewey Fairchild has been in the business of providing solutions to difficult parent and teacher conundrums. He has an office hidden in the attic, which is kept well supplied with delicious home-baked cookies thanks to Dewey’s 94-year-old assistant, Clara Cottonwood.

“Both hilarious and wise—another winner in this adventure series.”

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Dewey Fairchild Book #2 Review!

DEWEY FAIRCHILD, TEACHER PROBLEM SOLVER by Lorri Horn | Kirkus Reviews

Sixth grade dumps a flurry of teacher and school-policy issues on a veteran problem-solver’s plate. So it’s off to middle school and a whole new level of assignments for Dewey-including a teacher whose shark-based curriculum is terrorizing an entire class, the sudden appearance of single-sheet dispensers in all the toilet stalls, and the dismaying prospect of having the snack machines replaced by wholesome produce from a student garden.

“Grass-roots politics at its best, likely to leave readers flushed with laughter. (Fiction. 10-13)