When Marcus Moore Moved in

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Little, Brown, 2003 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Americans are on the move-about one-sixth of the population, including thirteen million children, moves every year. In her lyrical prose and expressive pictures, Rebecca Bond deftly captures the initial mixture of apprehension and curiosity that many children feel upon arrival at their new home, but she also celebrates the joy of discovering a new neighborhood and meeting that first new friend on the block.

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User Review  - Lauren Jackson - Goodreads

Marcus Moor was the only one at his block when he moved in until he met a little girl and they started playing togther. This book teaches kids about frinedships. Good for any grade level. Read full review

About the author (2003)

Rebecca Bond grew up in the Northeast Kingdom region of Vermont. She graduated from Brown University and also studied illustration at the Rhode Island School of Design.

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