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The Moon Over High Street - Natalie Babbitt
The Moon Over High Street
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The new novel by Natalie Babbitt, author of Tuck EverlastingJoe Casimir needed help with the choice he had to make. But how do you choose the person who will help you choose? Mr. Boulderwall, the millionaire, knew exactly what he wanted Joe to choose. And millionaires are experts at making... show more
The new novel by Natalie Babbitt, author of Tuck EverlastingJoe Casimir needed help with the choice he had to make. But how do you choose the person who will help you choose? Mr. Boulderwall, the millionaire, knew exactly what he wanted Joe to choose. And millionaires are experts at making choices. Well, aren't they? But Vinnie, the number-two man down at Sope Electric, didn't much approve of millionaires. He said to Joe, "Listen, kid, all of 'em act like they're the only ones with a ticket to the show!" But he didn't have any real advice to offer. Joe's Gran didn't either, as it turned out, and neither did Aunt Myra. The good advice was there, though. Right across the street. Just waiting right across the street. There are a lot of good things just waiting. You'll see.
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Format: hardcover
ISBN: 9780545376365 (054537636X)
Publisher: Michael Di Capua Books
Pages no: 148
Edition language: English
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TsalagiWriter
TsalagiWriter rated it
Joe and his grandmother are planning to visit a cousin. When his grandmother breaks her hip, Joe's grandmother sends him to his cousin Myra's house until she is better and can come there herself.When Joe gets there, he finds that he feels right at home at Myra's house and he quickly makes a friend. ...
Seeford's Spot
Seeford's Spot rated it
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This was a disappointment, coming from the same author of Tuck Everlasting, very heavy-handed and obvious.
Seeford's Spot
Seeford's Spot rated it
2.0
This was a disappointment, coming from the same author of Tuck Everlasting, very heavy-handed and obvious.
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