Wild Iris Bloom

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Knopf, 1992 - Babysitters - 183 pages
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In this witty, fast-paced sequel to Getting Even, seventh-grader Iris Bloom can handle anything, whether it's a fashion crisis or the despicable Corky Newton. What's more, she is certain she doesn't need a baby-sitter. But when a visit alone to the mall ends in a frightening near-assault, she changes her mind.

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A childhood favorite. I read it obsessively. Read full review


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About the author (1992)

MAVIS JUKES is a mom, stepmom, teacher, and lawyer and the author of numerous books for children and teens, including the bestselling "Ití s A Girl Thing: How to Stay Healthy, Safe, and in Charge "and "Growing Up: Ití s A Girl Thing, "as well as "Ií ll See You in My Dreams, Blackberries in the Dark, "and the Newbery Honor Book "Like Jake and Me." She lives and works with her husband, artist Robert Hudson, on a ranch in northern California.

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