The English roses

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Scholastic, 2005 - Best friends - 46 pages
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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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Review: The English Roses (The English Roses)

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As a die-hard fan I had unrealistic expectations for this little book. This may be a "children's" book but I know many adult who could severely benefit from this life lesson cleverly disguised as a book. I loved it and I young and old an spare the time to read it. Read full review

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User Review  - Jana Capiaghi - Goodreads

These books remind me so much of my child hood. They are a great read and i still find my self reaching for these books every once in a while. As children we would always pick out who we were and try ... Read full review

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