Stella Street: And Everything That Happened

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Annick Press, 1998 - Juvenile Fiction - 175 pages

In the tradition of the great detective novels, Henni keeps a journal of the events on Stella Street, recounted with a battalion of zany, 11-year-old truths and insights. When the Phonies move into 45 Stella Street, the neighborhood is in for a shake-up, explains Henni. Former occupant Auntie Lillie's open-door welcome becomes Mr. and Mrs. Phonies' magazine house of swanky new appliances. Keep Away! The Phonies, through their attorneys, launch an artillery of snottily outrageous letters at the freindly folks at 47 Stella Street, complaining about garbage, blocked driveways, and a magenta fence! Zev, Henni, Danielle and Frank feel as if the sun has stopped shining on Stella Street. When the kids are called in for questioning, they decide to do a little detective work of their own.

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STELLA STREET: and Everything That Happened

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paper 1-55037-514-8 The young people of Stella Street rightly suspect that their nasty, secretive new neighbors are up to no good in this rollicking farce. Henni, her younger sister Danielle, her ... Read full review

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When the Phonies move into Henni and her friends' street the children want them out. A humourous adventure story told from the point of view of Henni. 10+ Read full review

Contents

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Elizabeth Honey is an award-winning Australian writer and illustrator of poetry, picture books and novels for children.

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