City Pictures

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McClelland & Stewart, 1994 - Juvenile Fiction - 159 pages
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To thirteen-year-old Sherri, it seems her family has always been on the move. Leaving behind the prairies of Gardin, Alberta, she and her family are back in Calgary, where her dad has a promising job. Sherri dreads facing yet another new school in the fall, without a single friend in the city. But then she meets Samantha.Sam has got it all--great looks, personality, and the latest clothes and music. Her friends are away for the summer, so Sam has time to take Sherri under her wing. Sherri is thrilled; she knows that she can learn a lot from Sam, who has an answer for everything. But then Sam and Sherrie are accused of shoplifting, and Sherri must look for her own answers--about trust, friendship, and the price of fitting in.

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