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Some Things Never Change (The Amazing Days of Abby Hayes #13)

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In the thirteenth book in this popular series, Abby and her best friend, Jessica, are reunited after a long time apart. They find that they have each changed, and so has their relationship.

When Abby's best friend, Jessica, moved away, Abby was beside herself. But time has passed, and the gap Jessica's absence left in Abby's life has been filled by new friends, especially H
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Paperback, 112 pages
Published April 1st 2004 by Scholastic Paperbacks
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Rosaleen Leclair
This story was about a girl named Abby and her best friend, Jessica who moved to Oregon came to Abby's school to visit. Abby noticed that Jessica has changed and her other best friend has too. So she tries to find a way to be their friend since Abby's friends aren't including her. I liked this book because it tells you that some friends can change.
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Feb 09, 2009 Tori rated it it was amazing
When I had read the other books I thought it was absolutely cool! I think Jessica is way different as Jessie! I think the way she wrote it also was very neat and was very meanningful in some ways to me but, in someways just funny... I usually don't laugh when I am reading a book like this bt this one just had something about it like a ring that I just wanted to read over and over again!
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i hope that doesn't happen to me and steph! (even though we already do half the things jessy did after she changed!)
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Cute book in a series about a girl. It's nice because it's first person and sometimes even have diary entries. It's even relatable for little girls.
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