No Sisters Sisters Club

No Sisters Sisters Club No Sisters Sisters Club begins with unexpected company a father Bailey has never known and a half sister Norma Jean Norma Jean is talented but annoying Bailey and her friends form the No Sisters Si

  • Title: No Sisters Sisters Club
  • Author: Linda Salisbury Christopher Grotke
  • ISBN: 2940012871152
  • Page: 424
  • Format: Nook
  • No Sisters Sisters Club begins with unexpected company a father Bailey has never known, and a half sister, Norma Jean Norma Jean is talented, but annoying Bailey and her friends form the No Sisters Sisters Club for best friends, not sisters While their father travels, Norma Jean stays at Sugar s house She and Bailey learn to get along after they meet the cat snatcherNo Sisters Sisters Club begins with unexpected company a father Bailey has never known, and a half sister, Norma Jean Norma Jean is talented, but annoying Bailey and her friends form the No Sisters Sisters Club for best friends, not sisters While their father travels, Norma Jean stays at Sugar s house She and Bailey learn to get along after they meet the cat snatcher in the woods an old woman who grabs one of Bailey s cats Bailey and Norma Jean also solve a mystery involving an old house in the woods History involves the Revolutionary War era ride of Jack Jouett to save Thomas Jefferson, and the Civil War battle of Trevilian Station.

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    1. Every time I tried to put down the book, I found myself saying "one more chapter." You've barely started reading, and the author engages you in Bailey's world, especially her emotions. I love how she drew on the other books in Frank Baum's Land of Oz series to build out this story. U doubt few kids knew there was anything other than The Wizard of Oz.Just as Bailey Fish (age 11) was reading a passage in her book about guests at the door Surprise, the doorbell rang! When her grandmother called he [...]

    2. My 4th grade daughter loved this story so much she bought the T-shirt. She told her grandmother (my mom) the tale at breakfast one morning, and my mom borrowed the book to read, herself.

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