Welcome To Camden Falls

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Scholastic India Pvt Limited, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 174 pages
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Combining the heart of her Newbery Honor-winning fiction and the spirit of her legendary Baby-Sitters Club series, Ann M. Martin introduces a timeless new series for girls.

Flora and Ruby do not want to move to Camden Falls. But they don't really have a choice -- their parents are dead and their grandmother, Min, is taking them in. It's strange to be in a new place. But luckily, it's a very welcoming place.
Min runs a sewing store, Needle & Thread, at the heart of Main Street in Camden Falls. There, Flora and Ruby become friends with Olivia, who likes to organize things, and Nikki, who lives on the wrong side of the tracks. Even if Flora and Ruby never expected it to, Camden Falls becomes their home . . . and its stories become a part of their stories.

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I LOVE this book I read it for all my book reports for school and my teacher does not care!!!!
I love your books Mrs. Martin
You write fantastic books!
Do not Stop your my fav.

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I remember that this was the first time I ever truly fell in love with a book series!! I read them first when I was about 10, and I continue to reread them now, as a 16 year old. It just never gets old for me. Love Ann M. Martins style of writing, it makes me wish Camden Falls was real! Read full review

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Ann M. Martin's The Baby-Sitters Club series sold over 176 million copies and inspired a generation of young readers. Her novels include the Main Street series; BELLE TEAL; the Newbery Honor book A CORNER OF THE UNIVERSE; HERE TODAY; A DOG'S LIFE; and ON CHRISTMAS EVE; as well as the much-loved collaborations P.S. LONGER LETTER LATER; and SNAIL MAIL, NO MORE with Paula Danziger. She lives in upstate New York.

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