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Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Ansonia Public Library J. BLUME, JUDY (Text to phone) 34045105783091 Juvenile Fiction Available -
Bentley Memorial Library - Bolton J PBK FIC Blu (Text to phone) 33160139706843 Juvenile Fiction Available -
Derby Public Library JJ BLU (Text to phone) 34047064066880 Juvenile Paperback Available -
Guilford Smith Library - South Windham JF BLU (Text to phone) 34059081317949 Juvenile Fiction Available -
Oxford Public Library YAM FIC BLU (Text to phone) 33530113162603 Young Adult Fiction Available -
Terryville Public Library J PB BLU (Text to phone) 34028038648987 Juvenile Fiction Available -
Tolland Public Library YA BLU (Text to phone) 34051102324541 Young Adult Fiction Available -
Willimantic Public Library J BLU (Text to phone) 34036127059081 Windham Heights Learning Center Available -

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"A Yearling book."
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.
Subject: Friendship > Fiction.
Family problems > Fiction.

Syndetic Solutions - Summary for ISBN Number 0440400759
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

From the New York Times bestselling author of Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret and the adult bestseller In the Unlikely Event comes a tale of family, friendship, and pre-teen life like only JUDY BLUME can deliver. The companion to Here's to You, Rachel Robinson . Can you have more than one best friend? Stephanie's best friend is Rachel. Since second grade they've shared everything, good and bad. But now it's the start of seventh grade and Alison has just moved to their neighborhood. Stephanie immediately clicks with her--she's cool and fun and totally humble even though she's the daughter of a famous actress. Stephanie hopes all three of them can be best friends, but the more she pushes Alison on Rachel, the more Rachel seems to drift away. Is it possible to have two best friends? Or is it true that two's company, three's a crowd? "Judy Blume does it again in what may be her best book yet!" - American Bookseller

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