Magic Tree House
Junie B. Jones
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★ “Starting seventh grade means lots of changes for Bridge and her best friends Em and Tabitha. The most obvious is Em’s sudden curves, which grab the attention of pretty much everyone. Other changes are more subtle. Like the way Bridge starts looking forward to seeing her classmate Sherman Russo. Or Tabitha’s growing interest in feminism and social justice. With diverging interests and gently simmering jealousies among the threesome, it would be easy for Stead to tell an all-too-familiar tale of a crumbling tween-girl trio. But she doesn’t: rather, she offers …Read More >
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