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Books Books 1 - 10 of about 45 related to Soup in the Saddle.    

Soup's Drum

Robert Newton Peck - Friendship - 1988 - 128 pages
Soup and Rob join Miss Boland's marching band and find an enormous drum to play as part of their town's Fourth of July celebration, and Soup plans to make the fireworks display ...
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Soup for the President

Richard Peck, Robert Newton Peck - Juvenile Fiction - 1991 - 107 pages
Rob manages Soup's campaign for class president in their small Vermont town.
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Soup's Uncle

Robert Newton Peck - Fiction - 1990 - 123 pages
A visit from Uncle Virus and his motorcycle gang stimulates Soup to new and ingenious schemes, involving a cache of moonshine, a motorcycle competition, and revenge on the ...
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Soup on Fire

Robert Newton Peck - Juvenile Fiction - 1987 - 116 pages
Rob and Soup set in motion a wild scheme to catch the eye of the Hollywood talent scout visiting their small Vermont town.
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Soup in Love

Robert Newton Peck - Valentine's Day - 1992 - 114 pages
As Valentine's Day approaches their Vermont town of Learning, Soup and Rob experience several forms of love.
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Over the Sea's Edge.

Jane Louise Curry - Juvenile Fiction - 1971 - 182 pages
When he exchanges medallions with the boy who appears to be his double, Dave goes back 800 years in time to medieval Wales.
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The luck of Harry Weaver

Mildred Wilds Willard - Juvenile Fiction - 1971 - 128 pages
Unlucky Harry thinks his newly acquired fighting cricket is changing his luck; then he discovers that good fortune is a thing of his own making.
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My mother the mayor, maybe

Pat Kibbe, Charles Robinson - Juvenile Fiction - 1981 - 165 pages
When Dorothy Pinkerton agrees to run for mayor of Cranberry Falls, her children, especially ten-year-old B.J., do all they can to help her win.
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Journey Home

Yoshiko Uchida - Juvenile Fiction - 1992 - 144 pages
After their release from an American concentration camp, a Japanese-American girl and her family try to reconstruct their lives amidst strong anti-Japanese feelings which breed ...
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The girl with spunk

Judith St. George - Juvenile Fiction - 1975 - 143 pages
When Josie loses her job due to gossip, she realizes that the woman's rights convention could help her start a new life.
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