Jojo and Winnie: Sister Stories

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Penguin Publishing Group, 2001 - Juvenile Fiction - 70 pages
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JoJo and Winnie are two headstrong sisters with very different ideas about having fun. JoJo wants nothing more than to be left alone so she can read peacefully in her room. Her little sister, Winnie, would give anything to be let into that private world. JoJo may be a bossy know-it-all, but Winnie is a motormouthed copycat -- and an expert at embarrassing JoJo in public. Sisterhood is no picnic! But in spite of their many differences, they both realize that when you really need one, there is no better friend than a sister.

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Contents

How JoJo and Winnie Got Their Names
3
The Easter Egg Hunt
11
Copycats
19
Copyright

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Marilyn Sachs was born Marilyn Stickle in the Bronx, New York on December 18, 1927. She graduated from Hunter College in 1949 and became a children's librarian trainee at the Brooklyn Public Library. She worked there for a decade while earning her master's of library science degree at Columbia University. She later worked part-time at the San Francisco Public Library before becoming a full-time author for middle grade and young adult readers in 1968. Her first novel, Amy Moves In, was published in 1964. Her other books included Veronica Ganz, The Bears' House, The Fat Girl, A Pocket Full of Seeds, and Lost in America. She was a co-editor with Ann Durell of the anthology The Big Book for Peace, which provided proceeds to peace organizations. She died on December 28, 2016 at the age of 89.

Meredith Johnson grew up in Raytown, Missouri where she first dicoverd her love for drawing and art as a young child where she colored and drew on everything from walls to tabletops. She has been an advertising art director for 23 years, creating and shooting those Saturday morning commercials for Barbie. She has also been busy illustrating children's books. She has about 100 books to her credit. Her titles include: All Tutus Should be Pink, Ants Don't Catch Flying Saucers, and Goats Don't Brush Their Teeth.

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