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Chelsea Martin Turns Green

Chelsea Martin Turns Green

by Becky Thoman Lindberg, Kathy Tucker (Editor), Nancy Poydar (Illustrator)

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School Library Journal - School Library Journal
Gr 3-4-- It's bad enough that the magic marker Chelsea uses on her face and hands for a Leprechaun contest doesn't quite wash off, leaving her skin a little green. S he's also green (with envy) when it seems as if the new third grader, Abigail, is trying to steal best friend Mary Lynne. All of her efforts to win Mary Lynne back only result in trouble. In the end, however, she learns that Abigail isn't so bad, and that three can be good friends, too. This sequel to Speak Up, Chelsea Martin! (Albert Whitman, 1991) is a pleasant, lively read. Chelsea is a likable character, and her predicament is authentic and universal. The other characters are realistic and sympathetic. Poydar's black-and-white illustrations round out the story. --Donna L. Scanlon, Lancaster County Library, PA

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Whitman, Albert & Company
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Product dimensions:
6.29(w) x 8.34(h) x 0.62(d)
Age Range:
4 - 8 Years

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