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Word Smart Junior, 2nd Edition (Smart Juniors Grades 6 to 8)

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The Princeton Review's bestselling Smart Series is a valued resource for concise, basic-building exercises for both students and professionals. Now The Princeton Review offers a new series of Smart titles for kids. Word Smart Junior includes over 500 words grade school students need to know by the time they enter high school.
Paperback, 352 pages
Published July 25th 1995 by Princeton Review
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Keishi
Feb 20, 2008 Keishi rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: Students
Shelves: 9th-grade
The protagonist in this book is Bridget, an American girl who came to Paris with her parents. She gets lost in the city and receives help from Bebette and Barnaby. They travel to many places, even out side the city of Paris, which I thought was unnecessary. They meet new characters and help them by solving their problems. At the end, they get back to Paris and Bridget finds her parents in a museum. The story ended in a hapy ending.

First, I thought this book was too easy, there are pictures and t
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Elizabeth
Jun 23, 2013 Elizabeth rated it it was amazing
It is so random that I'm reviewing this, but I think I first read this story when I was about 8 years old?? because my older sister had to read it for this tutoring thing she did. And I LOVED IT and bought a copy of it for myself when I got older and read it a bunch of times. The story is wacky and lots of fun and I guess you learn a lot of vocabulary??? For a kid, I mean...
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