A Girl Called Al

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Puffin Books, 1991 - Juvenile Fiction - 127 pages
9 Reviews
A seventh-grade girl, her slightly overweight girl friend, Al, and the assistant superintendent of their apartment building form a mutually needed friendship with the usual--and a few unusual--joys and sorrows.

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User Review  - cougargirl1967 - LibraryThing

An enlightening story of some non conforming girls, now I want to read another one about Al. Read full review

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User Review  - LauraW - Goodreads

I remember reading this when I was younger and enjoying it. I am interested in the unspoken messages that might not be obvious to readers of the target ages, but which almost seem didactic to the ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
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Section 2
14
Section 3
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About the author (1991)

Katy Kelly is just as busy as Lucy Rose! Though she hasn't had a job dancing, singing, or acting, she is a mother of two, a wife of one, and a senior editor at "U.S. News & World Report." She lives in Washington, D.C., where, when she isn't tracking down stories for her magazine or visiting Madam and Pop, she also writes. "Lucy Rose: Busy Like You Can't Believe" is her third book for young readers. The author lives in Washington, D.C..

"From the Hardcover edition.

Byron Barton is the creator of many picture books for young children, including My Car, Building a House, Machines at Work, and Little Red Hen.

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