Overview

Latchkey kid Jerry Johnson lives for soccer. He plans to be a soccer star/sports hero and needs to practice soccer as much as he can out of season. In his neighborhood the first kid to the playground chooses the game for the day. Jerry is always first until he gets phone calls from a latchkey first-grader who is afraid of bears and has problems with her school projects that she enlists him to help her solve such as how many humps a camel has. “…Camels have to have the same number of humps. One or Two? Which is ...
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Jerry on the Line

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Overview

Latchkey kid Jerry Johnson lives for soccer. He plans to be a soccer star/sports hero and needs to practice soccer as much as he can out of season. In his neighborhood the first kid to the playground chooses the game for the day. Jerry is always first until he gets phone calls from a latchkey first-grader who is afraid of bears and has problems with her school projects that she enlists him to help her solve such as how many humps a camel has. “…Camels have to have the same number of humps. One or Two? Which is it?” He is late to the playground because of this girl and his problems begin to pile up. Jerry is on the line between the first-grader and his game. He must solve this dilemma without hurting her or giving up his soccer.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148160571
  • Publisher: Seabrooke Books
  • Publication date: 7/3/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 132
  • Age range: 9 - 12 Years
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Brenda Seabrooke is the author of 20 books for young readers. A former teacher, she was born in Florida, grew up in Georgia, went to college in Louisiana (Newcomb College of Tulane University) and with her Coast Guard officer husband lived in NY, MD, VA, WV, FL, and CA. She now lives in FL and VA. Her books and short stories have won many awards and she has been the recipient of a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts and a fellowship from Emerson College. She likes to read, garden, travel and be with her two grandsons. One of them is on the cover of this book. Visit her website at: www.childrensbookguild.org/brendaseabrooke
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