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Books Books 41 - 48 of about 48 related to It's School Picture Day.   

Mystery of the plumed serpent

Barbara Brenner - Juvenile Fiction - 1981 - 118 pages
Michael's knowledge of Mexican history and Elena's taste for adventure help the twins unravel the mystery of the golden snake.
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The Postcard Pest

Patricia Reilly Giff - Postage stamps - 1994 - 73 pages
In honor of Postcard Day, Ms. Rooney's class tours the post office and mails postcards to children all over the country.
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Halloween Party

Kathy Feczko, Blanche Sims - Juvenile Fiction - 1985 - 31 pages
The children have a wonderful time wearing costumes and playing games at a Halloween party.
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Mary Marony and the Chocolate Surprise

Suzy Kline - Juvenile Fiction - 1995 - 85 pages
Mary decides it's all right to cheat to make sure she wins a special lunch with her favorite teacher, but the results of her dishonesty end up surprising the whole second grade ...
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Jason and the Aliens Down the Street

Gery Greer, Blanche Sims, Bob Ruddick - Juvenile Fiction - 1992 - 94 pages
Jason meets Cooper Vor and Lootna, aliens from space now living on Earth, and travels with them to a distant planet in an attempt to retrieve a stolen energy crystal.
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Count Your Money with the Polk Street School

Patricia Reilly Giff - Juvenile Fiction - 1994 - 74 pages
When Mrs. Rooney teaches the class all about money and saving, former best friends Matthew Jackson and Richard "Beast" Best learn an important lesson about money and friendship.
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Alex, the Kid with AIDS

Linda Walvoord Girard - Juvenile Fiction - 1993 - 32 pages
Alex, a fourth grader with AIDS, makes a new friend and learns that although he is sick, he can't misbehave in school.
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Sunny Side Up

Patricia Reilly Giff - Friendship - 1986 - 74 pages
Summer for Richard Best, nicknamed Beast, means facing the two ordeals of summer school and losing his best friend, who is moving to a distant state.
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