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Bethel Public Library J BLUME COPY 2 (Text to phone) 34030111372022 Juvenile Fiction Checked out 05/13/2021

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Summary, etc.: Stephanie's relationship with her best friend, Rachel, changes during her first year in junior high as she tries to conceal a family problem and meets a new girl from California. Rachel is Stephanie's best friend, and ever since second grade they've shared each other's secrets, good and bad. When Alison moves into the neighborhood, Stephanie hopes they can all be best friends. After all, they have even more to share now, including seventh grade and Jeremy Dragon, the cutest boy in junior high. But "two's company and three's a crowd", unless the girls can learn the generosity of true friendship. Even though the three of them live in a quiet Connecticut neighborhood, there's a lot going on in their lives. Stephanie wishes her father didn't have to work so far from home and she worries that Rachel's talents will get in the way of their friendship. Rachel and Alison have to deal with the changes in their own lives, yet Stephanie is sure everything will work out fine, "just as long as we're together." From the Trade Paperback edition.
Subject: Friendship Juvenile fiction
Friendship Fiction
Family problems Fiction

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Just As Long As We're Together
Just As Long As We're Together
by Blume, Judy
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Just As Long As We're Together

How can you be best friends with someone who keeps secrets from you--important secrets? Stephanie's best friend is Rachel. Since second grade they've shared everything, good and bad. Now, as they start seventh grade, Stephanie meets Alison, who has just moved to their neighborhood. Stephanie hopes all three of them can be best friends, because she really likes Alison. But is it possible to have two best friends? Or is it true that two's company, three's a crowd?
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