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The Best of Girls to the Rescue (Girls to the Rescue)

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Twenty-five great stories about twenty-five clever and courageous girls! In most fairy tales, the helpless girl waits around for a prince to rescue her. But the girls featured in the Girls to the Rescue series' seven books are not only smart, they're also spunky enough to save the day when the going gets tough. And the response to the series from girls, parents, teachers, ...more
Paperback, 288 pages
Published November 1st 2002 by Meadowbrook Press
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Nicole
Some moralistic stories, some great stories. I really enjoyed Railroad Through and Through, in particular.
Zohreh Hanifeh
دخترا همیشه قهرمانن :))
Rachel
Another book of short stories featuring strong female characters. In this case, they are all preteens. Kind of a mixed bag, and I really didn't like the story about girl scouts, because I felt the one scout leader (if you read it, you'll know the one I mean) was not very realistic. I think any other scout leader in that situation would have known/done the right thing. Nothing brilliant, particularly, but all feature clever girls, and since they are short, even the flimsiest attention span can ke ...more
Sophie
Definitely a good book for 8-12 year old girls. A great book about strong, young, problem solver girls. I think this book sends a great message to the reader. This book is also great because the it is made up of a bunch of short stories, so if the reader gets bored easily, or has a hard time finishing books, it's easier to read. You can just pick it up, read one story, then put it down.
Terry
Feb 10, 2011 Terry marked it as wish-list
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Carolyn says, "This is a book/series I thought you might be interested in reading. I know I'm always looking for things like this to read with my daughters. If you find any, please feel free to drop a recommendation my way. = )"

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Elizabeth
The girls don't wait around to be rescued by a prince in this delightful children's series!
Lisa Ahn
The girls and I loved these stories of spunky, clever heroines. A fabulous read-aloud.
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I was born on June 1, 1941. My first home was an apartment in Manhattan's Upper West Side, a neighborhood that overlooked the George Washington Bridge. Soon after kindergarten, my family moved to Scarsdale, which seemed to be “in the country.” In high school, I broke my ankle when I went out for the lacrosse team, so I wrote a sports column for the school newspaper. I don't think I showed any part ...more
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