Johanna Hurwitz - Juvenile Fiction - 2001 - 128 pages
Cricket's spring break turns out to be pretty eventful, even though her broken ankle means she cannot go to Washington, D.C. with her best friend as they had planned.
Johanna Hurwitz - Schools - 1994 - 138 pages
Julio and other students at Edison-Armstrong Elementary School organize to prevent the closing of their school.
Johanna Hurwitz - Juvenile Fiction - 2004 - 144 pages
Yard sales, ice-skating, and surprise parties are just a few of the things that make fourth grade fun. But Julio and his friends know itís time to get serious when the class ...
Johanna Hurwitz - Families - 1995 - 114 pages
Although eight-year-old Roz usually feels annoyed by the pestering attentions of her Uncle Ozzie, who is two years younger than she is, she finds that there are times when she ...
Johanna Hurwitz - Jews - 1980 - 160 pages
Increasingly aware of the differences between her family, who are nonobservant Jews, and their Catholic neighbors, 10-year-old Gerry Flam begins to investigate her heritage.
Johanna Hurwitz - Juvenile Fiction - 1988 - 144 pages
What do you do when you think your best friend is a liar and a thief? "In this engaging sequel to The Hot & Cold Summer, Hurwitz again demonstrates what makes her books so ...
Johanna Hurwitz - Juvenile Fiction - 2013 - 89 pages
Enjoying their special status as identical twins while dressing alike, sharing activities and caring for identical pet ferrets, second-graders Arlene and Ilene begin feeling ...