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The fourth grade wizards

Barthe DeClements - Juvenile Fiction - 1988 - 122 pages
After her mother dies, Marianne becomes a daydreamer and begins to fall behind in her schoolwork.
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Princess from another planet

Mindy Schanback - Camps - 2006 - 247 pages
Fourteen-year-old Gracie Quicksilver escapes her impoverished and unconventional life by impersonating her rich cousin at an exclusive summer camp until a series of weird ...
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Stars

Seymour Simon - Juvenile Nonfiction - 1986 - 32 pages
Discusses the stars, their composition, and characteristics, with actual photographs.
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Doggone-- third grade!

Colleen O'Shaughnessy McKenna - Pets - 2003 - 82 pages
Third-grader Gordie is not only having problems with his best friend, he also has to teach his not-so-smart dog some tricks for the upcoming school talent show.
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Dog and Cat Make a Splash

Kate Spohn - Juvenile Fiction - 1997 - 31 pages
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Seventeen and In-Between: 2

Barthe DeClements - Juvenile Fiction - 1985 - 162 pages
At seventeen, Elsie Edwards, once the fat girl of fifth grade, later slender but insecure in ninth grade, now has boyfriend problems that once would have seemed too good to be ...
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Nobody's Mother is in Second Grade, Page 858

Mothers and daughters - 1992 - 320 pages
Cassandra's mother, who wishes she could go to second grade again, visits her daughter's class disguised as a plant.
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Danny Dunn and the homework machine

Jay Williams - Fiction - 1958 - 122 pages
In the 1950s it was unusual to have access to a computer. Danny gets his mother and his teacher upset when he uses one.
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Detective Pony

Jeanne Betancourt - Juvenile Fiction - 1998 - 79 pages
During a fire at the Crandal Animal Clinic, the Pony Pals help remove all the animals unharmed--but Anna's kitten is missing. A pony named Acorn comes to the rescue in a ...
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Crow Boy

Tarō Yashima - Juvenile Fiction - 1955 - 37 pages
A shy Japanese boy having difficulty adjusting to school is misjudged by his classmates
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