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Who Won the War? (Boy/Girl Battle #12)

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Who will win as the curtain closes on the war between the girls and the boys?
Summer vacation is almost over and after one year in Buckman it looks like the Malloy girls will be going home to Ohio. The Hatford boys are relieved to finally be rid of Eddie, Beth and Caroline, also known as the Womper, the Weirdo and the Crazy.

As the clock ticks away at their final days, Jake
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Hardcover, 160 pages
Published February 4th 2009 by Delacorte Books for Young Readers (first published 2006)
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Kimberly
Sep 20, 2012 Kimberly rated it it was amazing
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Thoroughly and completely enjoyed this series, which I read to my daughters through Nov & Dec at bedtime. Love, love, love Phyllis Reynolds Naylor for elementary aged readers. Love, love, love this series for the Brady-bunch era of hijinx between children... Love, love, love that neither the boys nor the girls are clear-case winners of the "war", though, my daughters do believe there was a winner. Whole-heartedly recommend as a family read and to all elementary-aged readers.
Emman
Oct 21, 2014 Emman rated it it was amazing
This book is for all the people who had always a fight with their siblings! You can get ideas from this book how to beat your brother/sister. Just kidding! You'll love it when you read it. Swear!
Miriam
Nov 16, 2008 Miriam rated it liked it
Who won the war was a very creative book. There are 12 books in the serious, but I just reada the last one. Even though it is the last book, you can still know what is going on. I liked this book becuase it was realitic ficton. Sometimes i felt like I was part of the story. It was fun at times. It was about a group of girls that were sisters, and a group of boys that were brothers. They woulpd pull tricks on each other. In this story the girls but a huge trick on the boys, and the boys mange to ...more
Nana
This wasn't too bad--the last book in the series I believe. I must admit--it was better than "Girls Rule" and the others.
Rider
Nov 25, 2014 Rider rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: Anyone
Recommended to Rider by: Library teacher
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Tamara the Librarian
Nov 26, 2014 Tamara the Librarian rated it really liked it
Great ending to the series. Fun, good twists. Very enjoyable and satisfying.
Isabelle
May 04, 2009 Isabelle rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: Katherine, Julianna, Emmy
It all comes down to this: WHO ACTUALLY WON THE WAR BETWEEN THE HATFORDS AND THE MALLOYS? What happens when the opposing families have to LIVE together for a week. CHAOS, THATS WHAT! Bugs, traps, anything you can think of. You can even do the same to your siblings or rival. Just watch out... like the kids in the book, NO ONE will be the last to be pranked.
Courtney
Oct 01, 2011 Courtney rated it it was amazing
I though this book (and series)was good because it was about a non-stoping war between the boys and girls. This paticuler book happens to be the last one but Whenever I think of this book I think of me and my brother.
anne
Jun 13, 2009 anne rated it it was ok
for some reson i didnt really like it thats just my a penun
Camilla
Feb 03, 2008 Camilla rated it it was amazing
The last book in the series is so sad.
Amar
Jun 05, 2008 Amar rated it it was amazing
Recommended to Amar by: any one
Last book in Boys vs. girls series
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Phyllis Reynolds Naylor was born in Anderson, Indiana, US on January 4, 1933.

Her family were strongly religious with conservative, midwestern values and most of her childhood was spent moving a lot due to her father's occupation as a salesman.

Though she grew up during the Depression and her family did not have a lot of money, Naylor stated that she never felt poor because her family owned good boo
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Boy/Girl Battle (1 - 10 of 12 books)
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