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Here's to you, Rachel Robinson [sound recording] / Judy Blume.

Blume, Judy. (Author). Siegfried, Mandy. (Added Author).

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Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Killingly Library YA/CD-AUDIO BOOK/Blu (Text to phone) 34040120893215 Young Adult Book on CD Available -
Silas Bronson Library - Waterbury YA-BKCD BLU HER (Text to phone) 34005115709569 Young Adult Book on CD Available -

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General Note: Unabridged.
Compact discs.
Participant or Performer Note: Read by Mandy Siegfried.
Summary, etc.: Expelled from boarding school, Charles' presence at home proves disruptive, especially for sister Rachel, a gifted seventh grader juggling friendships and school activities.
Subject: Brothers and sisters Juvenile fiction
Dysfunctional families Juvenile fiction
Gifted children Juvenile fiction
Friendship Juvenile fiction
Genre: Audiobooks.

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Here's to You, Rachel Robinson
Here's to You, Rachel Robinson
by Blume, Judy
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Here's to You, Rachel Robinson


From the New York Times bestselling author of Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret and the upcoming adult novel In the Unlikely Event comes a tale of family, friendship, and pre-teen life like only JUDY BLUME can deliver. The companion to Just As Long As We're Together . CAN YOU BE too perfect ? From the outside, Rachel looks like the perfect daughter in the perfect family. She's a straight-A student, a gifted musician, and a good friend. But Rachel feels as if it's all falling apart. Her brother, Charles, was just kicked out of boarding school and is now at home, wreaking havoc. Her sister, Jessica, has problems of her own, which Rachel thinks it's her job to help solve. And Rachel herself is considering adding drama club, community service, and class president to her already crowded roster of activities. Rachel's best friends, Stephanie and Alison, urge Rachel to lighten up and enjoy the end of seventh grade. Easy for them to say. Not so easy for Rachel. Not even when Jeremy Dragon, the coolest boy in ninth grade, notices her. Is it possible that perfection isn't the key to an exciting life? An ALA Best Book for Young Adults "A master." --SLJ From the Paperback edition.
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