Good Luck, Ivy

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American Girl Pub., 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 85 pages
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Ivy Ling, the middle child in a busy Chinese American household, feels invisible. Her mother has gone back to school to become a lawyer, and her father has two jobs to keep the family afloat. And if that?s not enough, Ivy?s best friend, Julie Albright, has moved to another part of San Francisco. The only place Ivy feels at home is at gymnastics. But this year the big gymnastics tournament is scheduled for the same day as the annual Ling family reunion. Ivy wrestles with a difficult choice. With her brother?s help, Ivy realizes that she can take charge of her own life - and make her own luck.

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CHAPTER
16
CHAPTER THREE
33
DRAGONS RULE
49
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About the author (2007)

Lisa Yee was born in Los Angeles and is the co-owner and creative director of Magic Pencil Studios. Wrote Millicent Min, Girl Genius, which won the prestigious Sid Fleischman Humor Award.

Bob s passion for writing began at an early age when, in high school, he enrolled in public speaking and writing short stories and essays. Except for a hiatus of perhaps five years, when his writing was relaxed, he has always maintained it to be his first love and as a tool not to be wasted.

Susan McAlily lives near Seattle, Washington. She also created spot art and map illustration for Welcome to Kaya's World, as well as for Kaya's, Kit's, Josefina's, and Addy's fiction books.

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