Andy Shane and the pumpkin trick

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Scholastic, 2007 - Grandmothers - 58 pages
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Andy Shane does not want to go to Dolores Starbuckle's birthday party. It's on the same day as Halloween! Plus, Dolores is always ordering Andy around, making Andy lists on a clipboard, or squealing over Andy's marble collection. But when Dolores tells him that someone is smashing pumpkins in front of her house, the idea of tricking the tricksters sounds too appealing to resist. Maybe there's even a way to scare off the vandals, with a little help from Grandma, and give Dolores a really great present, all at the same time.

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Review: Andy Shane and the Pumpkin Trick (Andy Shane)

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good series for readers wanting to stretch into chapter books, but who still need good picture support and wide spacing between lines. Didn't hook me as much as Roscoe Riley, but then it's aimed at a lower reading level so pares it down more. Read full review

Review: Andy Shane and the Pumpkin Trick (Andy Shane)

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Andy Shane shows his smarts and wit that must come from his grandmother in this book. He is actually friendly with Dolores and helpful to her. That makes this an "aww" story about kindergarteners. Read full review

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