Lie on a Yardstick

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A short story for pre-teens. When you are new in town, it's hard to make new friends at school. Julie should know she's been to enough of them.

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Words: 1,640
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452358406
About Rita Hestand

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Review by: Publishing by Rebecca J. Vickery on March 21, 2010 :
My Grands Loved it!
I read Lie on a Yardstick to my grandchildren. They loved Julie, the main character, and sympathized with her starting a new school and worrying about making friends. The descriptions of her struggle of whether or not to like her new teacher held their interest. They liked finding out the secret behind the yardstick. The story also sparked some interesting questions. Take a minute and read this to (or with) your kids or grandkids. I know they will enjoy it as much as mine did.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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