The English roses

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Scholastic, 2005 - Best friends - 46 pages
48 Reviews
Four best friends are jealous of a neighbor girl and refuse to have anything to do with her, until they each have a dream in which a fairy godmother shows them what the girl's life is really like.

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Once again full of color, fun, quirkiness, and friendship the English Roses make for another fun read. Once again confronting the green eyed monster the book his the topic that many young people come ... Read full review

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Every child should be required to read this book. It's amazing. It teaches empathy and understanding. The artwork is incredible. I loved this book as a child, and now I own it again I am very happy. Read full review

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