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Caroline and Rebecca

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

Book Description
Caroline and Rebecca: Rebecca Gets Into Trouble is the poetic story of two little girls and how they handle temptation to break the rules. If playing at the park is so much fun, then why can't Rebecca play alone after dark?
Book Information
PublisherTate Publishing
BindingKindle Edition (2 editions)
Reading LevelAges 4-8
# of Pages20
ISBN-10B004HHP304
Publication Date07/27/2010
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About Alyssa Pierce (Author) : Alyssa Pierce is a published author of children's books. A published credit of Alyssa Pierce is Caroline and Rebecca.
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1/11/2011 Patricia Kubus said: Alyssa Pierce has brought to life two girls, that are basically opposites
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8/8/2010 Aileen stewart said:
Alyssa Pierce tells a story of two little girls, Caroline who makes a good choice and Rebecca who does not. Quickly regretting her bad choice, Rebecca learns the importance of listening to friends and parents who only want what is best for her. The gentle rhyme makes Caroline and Rebecca's message c... more

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