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Sophie and the New Girl (Sophie #8)

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A new girl joins the film club, and she's witty, unique---and bizarre. So when the new girl is accused of theft, the Pops (and even some Flakes) are only too happy to turn against her. Sophie finally understands her, and changes here heart---but can she identify the real thief? 'Excellent for Homeschool Use'
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Published December 15th 2009 by Zonderkidz (first published August 18th 2005)
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Balletprincess
The corn flakes try to be nice and not put others down but they call the corn pops and fruit loops idiots and other mean names sometimes to their face mostly Darbie does it to the face but the others talk mean about them in private which is wrong.
No one's perfect but hopefully the readers will learn from their mistakes.
Laura
A cute book and it teaches girls that you need to look deeper at a person to really understand what is going on. Also that it is important to give people the benefit of the doubt and a second chance.
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