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It's an Aardvark-Eat-Turtle World

Author: Paula Danziger

Interest Level:
5-8

Lexile Framework:
620L

Grade Level Equivalent:
3.4

Age:
10-13

Subject:
Friends and Friendship, Remarriage, Blended Families, Changes and New Experiences

About This Book

Best friends Rosie and Phoebe first met on the Divorce Express, shuttling between their parents on weekends. Now Rosie's mom and Phoebe's dad have fallen in love and they're all moving in together. It seems perfect, until Rosie learns that having Phoebe as a best friend isn't nearly the same as having her for a sister.

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