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Fame and Glory in Freedom, Georgia

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 7 Ratings and 7 Reviews

Book Description
Will a spelling bee be the answer to all of Bird's problems?

All her life, all Bird has ever wanted is to be noticed in her small town and to get to Disney World. As it turns out, Bird just might have a chance to realize at least one of her goals because of a state spelling bee, and she might get to make a friend along the way - a boy named Harlem Tate who has just moved to Freedom. ... More
Book Information
PublisherFarrar Straus & Giroux
BindingHardcover (10 editions)
Reading LevelAges 9-12
# of Pages112
ISBN-10B003E7ESRW
Publication Date05/01/2003
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About Barbara O'Connor (Author) : Barbara O'Connor writes novels for children in grades 3 to 6, including HOW TO STEAL A DOG (Farrar, Straus & Giroux/Frances Foster; 2007). Others include FAME AND GLORY IN FREEDOM, GEORGIA, MOONPIE AN... more
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6/23/2008 Karen Kirchel said: I read this book when it was a Sunshine State Reader for 2007-2008, and I very much enjoyed it.
tags: I recommend

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7/27/2007 Barbara O'Connor tagged as: I Read, I wrote

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