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The Kickball Crisis

(The Treehouse Times #2)

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Even though they have been told that the field where Erin Valdez and her friends play kickball may be sold to a fast-food chain, someone is anonymously fixing up the field with new bases, a bench and lots of expensive equipment, which makes this look like a big story for the investigative reporters of The Treehouse Times.
114 pages
Published September 1st 1989 by Camelot
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Page McBrier is a writing consultant, teaching artist, and the author of 46 books for young readers, including the award-winning New York Times bestseller, BEATRICE’S GOAT. She grew up in Indianapolis and later, St. Louis, where she majored in theater and education.

Page's career as a children’s book author began serendipitously when she was asked to develop a “book series for boys” by a book pack

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The Treehouse Times (9 books)
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  • Spaghetti Breath (Treehouse Times, #3)
  • First Course: Trouble (Treehouse Times, #4)
  • Daphne Takes Charge (Treehouse Times, #5)
  • The Press Mess (Treehouse Times, #6)
  • Rats! (Treehouse Times, #7)
  • The Great Rip-Off (Treehouse Times, #8)
  • Stinky Business (Treehouse Times, #9)