I Should Worry, I Should Care

I Should Worry, I Should Care

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by Miriam Chaikin, Richard Egielski
     
 

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I Should Worry I Should Care is the first in a series of five novels for young readers that won critical acclaim and awards for Miriam Chaikin. All five books are about Molly and her family and friends in a Brooklyn neighborhood around the time of World War II. Molly and her friends play out their young girl interests against the background of those troubled times.…  See more details below

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I Should Worry I Should Care is the first in a series of five novels for young readers that won critical acclaim and awards for Miriam Chaikin. All five books are about Molly and her family and friends in a Brooklyn neighborhood around the time of World War II. Molly and her friends play out their young girl interests against the background of those troubled times.

"There is lots of warmth and plenty of color in Chaikin's evocation of an early l940s Brooklyn neighborhood." (ALA Booklist)


Author Bio: Miriam Chaikin spent many years as an editor of books for young readers for major publishing houses. She is the author of some 25 books of Jewish interest—fiction, nonfiction and bible retellings. Her humorous verse has appeared in anthologies. Her chapbook of adult poetry is, No Moon...but Fireflies.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780595090112
Publisher:
iUniverse, Incorporated
Publication date:
06/01/2000
Pages:
118
Sales rank:
1,046,352
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.28(d)
Age Range:
9 - 12 Years

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I Should Worry, I Should Care 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I recommend I Should Worry, I Should Care because it's a really great book about a little girl moving into a new neighborhood and doesn't like it then tries to make friends and ends up loving her new neighborhood. I really liked theis book because it was very interesting seeing what kinds of friends Molly would make. It was nice at the end when she ended up loving her new neighborhood. I think you should read it because it is very interesting seeing how Molly makes it in her new neighborhood.