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James, drama queen, is asked to help put on the church play. I told several of my students who love to read about the book and they went straight out and got it for their Kindles.
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The book is grammatically spot on….. Her masterful use of southern slang make this a delightful story.
This book is written for readers between the ages of Although, anyone raised in the south can relate to this story and those not raised in the south can dream. About the Author: K.
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We love hearing from our visitors! I can relate to April Grace.
I was fortunate enough not to have to deal with "mean girls" in MY school though. Or a grandma with 2 boyfriends.
Cliques, Hicks, And Ugly Sticks
My grandmas were celebrating MANY years of marriage to my grandpas. But growing up in junior high and finding out your mom's having another baby - well, that I can relate too. April Grace is a spunky year-old living on a farm in Arkansas in She experiences BIG changes as she starts junior high and even BIGGER changes at home when her Mom becomes unexpectedly pregnant and can't run the church Christmas program when she's confined to bedrest.
But all things work out for a reason and April Grace learns a thing or two along the way about family and love. There's something fun about a spunky girl!
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