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Leftover Lily (Lily)

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Six-year-old Lily Hill is a medium sort of kid. She's medium smart, medium artistic, and has the medium number of best friends, which is two. Or it was two until she pushed her friend Daisy on the playground. It was an accident! Now Daisy won't play with her and neither will her other best friend, LaVon, since bossy Daisy won't let her. Lily is the left-over friend. But th ...more
Hardcover, 128 pages
Published July 20th 1999 by Knopf Books for Young Readers (first published 1999)
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Sally Warner is a writer of fiction for children and young adults and of books on creativity. She made the Lily series and Emma series for children's books. Sally Warner was born in New York City and grew up in Connecticut and California, where her family moved when she was eight years old.
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