Sophie and the Scoundrels

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Zonderkidz, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 120 pages
4 Reviews
Sophie, NASA captain extraordinaire, and her friends are all part of an elite expedition. In order to save the world (and their science grades) they are called upon to build an elaborate space station. Sophie, however, realizes building that space station is only a small solution to a much bigger dilemma. Will she be able to complete her entire mission, saving the planet, before her whole world falls apart?

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Review: Sophie and the Scoundrels (Sophie #3)

User Review  - Balletprincess - Goodreads

Only gets four stars because the girls call the corn pops and fruit loops mean names behind their back they weren't trying to be mean though but it's still wrong. Read full review

Review: Sophie and the Scoundrels (Sophie #3)

User Review  - Lav [we sleep until the sun goes down] - Goodreads

EXTREME LITERATURE NOSTALGIA IS SO MUCH FUN. I would recommend this to any girl in elementary or middle school. I read this series so often when I was younger and now that I'm 16 it's still fantastic ... Read full review

About the author (2005)

Nancy Rue is an award-winning author. She majored in English at Stetson University and earned her master's degree in education at the College of William and Mary. Rue earned a degree in theatre from the University of Nevada, Reno, after eleven years of teaching English. She and husband Jim founded the Nevada Children's Theatre. Rue is the author of adult titles the Sullivan Crisp Series and The Reluctant Prophet Series, as well as Antonia's Choice, Pascal's Wager, and Tristan's Gap. She is also the author of numerous children's and young adult novels.

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