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Lanie's real adventures / by Jane Kurtz ; [illustrations by Robert Papp].

Kurtz, Jane. (Author). Papp, Robert, (ill.).

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General Note: "2"--Spine.
Summary, etc.: "Lanie is having a busy summer. The backyard wildflower garden she planted with her aunt is starting to bloom with all the flowers that butterflies like best. Lanie is delighted, but her next-door neighbor objects-she says that Lanie is growing an ugly "weed garden" and she threatens to interfere. ... Can Lanie find a way to get along with her neighbor-and find a creative solution to their garden problem?"--Publisher.
Target Audience Note:
8+.
Subject: Girls Juvenile fiction
Outdoor recreation Juvenile fiction
Backyard gardens Juvenile fiction
Families Juvenile fiction
Nature stories
Family life Fiction

Syndetic Solutions - School Library Journal Review for ISBN Number 9781593696832
Lanie's Real Adventures
Lanie's Real Adventures
by Kurtz, Jane; Papp, Robert (Illustrator); England, Tamara (Editor)
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Lanie's Real Adventures

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Gr 3-5-In the first book, 10-year-old Lanie loves the outdoors, especially when she's exploring wildlife and recording facts in her science journal. She's always done the experiments with her friend, but now Dakota is in an Indonesian rainforest for six months, having real scientific adventures. Feeling envious, Lanie takes advantage of an unexpected visit by her outdoorsy aunt to convince her "indoor genes" family to go camping. She's turned down, however, because of her younger sister's fear of bugs, her older sister's compulsion to become a concert cellist, and her parents' fear of repeating previous camping disasters. In Real Adventures, life is looking up. Lanie gets to go on the camping trip, her garden is starting to bloom and attract butterflies, and Dakota should be home soon. Problems arise, however, when a neighbor doesn't use environmentally friendly gardening methods. Lanie is worried that the pesticides will hurt the butterflies and she comes up with alternate pest-control methods and implements them herself. Kurtz's characters are well developed, and the situations the protagonist faces are realistic. Colorful illustrations in various media depict the characters and Lanie's science-journal entries. Interesting animal facts add dimension without overpowering the stories, and closing nonfiction sections answer environmental questions (Lanie) and provide stories of child environmentalists (Real Adventures). Fans of "American Girl" novels, realistic fiction, science, and adventure will enjoy these books.-Kira Moody, Hunter Public Library, West Valley City, UT (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.

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