A billion for Boris

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Harper & Row, Oct 30, 1974 - Juvenile Fiction - 211 pages
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When they discover an old TV that plays tomorrow's programs, fourteen-year-old Annabel and her fifteen-year-old friend Boris try to use it to help mankind and earn money to renovate Boris' eccentric mother.

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Review: A Billion for Boris (Andrews Family #2)

User Review  - Josephine - Goodreads

An amusing followup to Freaky Friday, though hardly a deeply analytical book. Read it, enjoy it, but don't think too hard about it and everything will be fine. Read full review

Review: A Billion for Boris (Andrews Family #2)

User Review  - Patricia - Goodreads

This was a cute book about some kids who found a TV that would broadcast a day ahead. Boris and Annabel each have their reasons for wanting to know the next day's events. The book chronicles their ... Read full review

Contents

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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (1974)

Mary Rodgers is the author of "Freaky Friday", a book that has sold more than a million copies, has been made into two movies, and is now considered, quite rightly, a classic. Mary has also written two other novels for young readers, "Summer Switch" and "A Billion for Boris", as well as the music for the musical "Once Upon a Mattress". A trustee of the Juilliard School, Mary Rodgers lives and works in New York City.

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