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Abby Hayes is an ordinary fifth grader trying to invent a role for herself in a seemingly perfect world. This series combines the edge of BRIDGET JONES with a send-up of self-help books.

Abby's best friend, Jessica, is away for the rest of the school year and Abby's other good friends seem to be spending more time with each other than they are with her. So when Grandma Emma
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Paperback, 105 pages
Published April 1st 2003 by Scholastic Paperbacks
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Theresa Flores
Bought this book today at a sale (from Fully Booked). Only P50! I should really start stocking up on children's books that I can give to my little nieces and nephews when they're finally old enough to start reading. :)

Basically, this book is about friendship. Definitely a great read for kids.
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Apr 01, 2009 Lily added it
I think everyone should get a long even though if they are different or jealous or whatever.
Twyla
Abby went to her gramas house and at the end they wanted to stAY THER All THe tiME.
Akhila
Nov 29, 2008 Akhila added it
Recommends it for: ANYONE WHO FIGHTS WITH FAMILY
Recommended to Akhila by: STEPHANIE MY FRIEND AT SCHOOL
LOVE THIS BOOK IT IS SUCH A GOOD BOOK AND HOW FAMILY SHOULD GET ALONG TOGETHER.
Christine
My daughter is reading this for school.

Cute story with a decent role model.
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its cool how enemies can become the best of friends!!!
Ally
He he!.........
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