Magic Tree House
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★ It’s hot in Memphis during the summer of 1959—in all kinds of ways. Things heat up for the book’s 11- year-old narrator when he takes over his pal Rat’s paper route; meeting new people is a horror for the boy because he stutters. He only really feels comfortable with Rat and Mam, the African American maid who takes care of him when his parents are away, which is often. But being the paper boy forces him to engage in the world, to ask for payments from customers like pretty, …Read More >
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