Annabel Adams and the Puzzling Project

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Tate Publishing, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 44 pages
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Class assignments have always been a breeze for Annabel Adams. School is fun, and she loves using her creativity to make every new task entertaining. Each week Annabel does her best to receive the highest five-star rating. So when Annabel arrives home looking defeated, her mom tries her best to coax the normally bubbly eight-year-old into sharing her secret anguish over the latest presentation: What do you want to be when you grow up? Everyone in Miss Cook's third-grade class already knows what they want to be-firefighters, nurses, and even doctors. Annabel likes so many things; she can't choose just one. With a bit of guidance from her parents, Annabel explores her strengths, weaknesses, and interests. Climbing Mt. Everest? Learning about animals in the deep sea as a marine biologist? Walking on the moon with astronauts? There are so many choices and such little time to decide! With the big day approaching, how will Annabel ever make up her mind? Annabel finally figures out the secret to the puzzling project, and her creative and insightful plan may just surprise the class.

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