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GROWING UP E GRI
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1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 23 x 29 cm
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Lily is moving into her grandmother's farm in Iowa, and she is sad about all the changes necessary in her life--but on the long drive her grandmother challenges her to find ten beautiful things that they can share together.
Subject
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Lechuga, Maribel.
Title
10 beautiful things
ISBN/ISSN
9781580899369 (reinforced for library use)
1580899366 (reinforced for library use)
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J FIC STR
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279 pages : photographs ; 21 cm
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After moving across the country, thirteen-year-old Natalie auditions for her new school's play and overcomes her fears and insecurities about performing in a wheelchair.
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Ages 8 to 12. Amulet Books.
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Davidowitz, Stacy.
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9781419743931 (hardcover)
1419743937 (hardcover)
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J FIC EUL
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245 pages ; 22 cm
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Ages 8-12. Bloomsbury Children's Books.
Grades 4-6. Bloomsbury Children's Books.
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This is going to be the worst summer ever for Peyton. Her family just moved, and she had to leave her best friend behind. She's lonely and bored until she comes across a box buried in her backyard, with a message: "I'm so sorry. Please forgive me." Back in 1989, Melissa and Jessica have two whole months to goof around and explore, and they're even going to bury a time capsule! But when one girl's family secret starts to unravel, it's clear things may not go exactly as planned. In alternating chapters, from Peyton in present day to Melissa three decades earlier (a time with no cell phones, no social media, and camera film that took days to develop, but also a whole lot of freedom), Eulberg tells the story of a mystery that two sets of memorable characters will never forget.
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9781547601509 (hardcover)
1547601507 (hardcover)
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