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Series: Holly's Heart

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Best Friend, Worst Enemy (Holly's Heart, Book 1) by Beverly Lewisbook 1
Secret Summer Dreams (Holly's Heart, Book 2) by Beverly Lewisbook 2
Sealed With a Kiss (Holly's Heart, Book 3) by Beverly Lewisbook 3
The Trouble with Weddings (Holly's Heart, Book 4) by Beverly Lewisbook 4
California Crazy (Holly's Heart, Book 5) by Beverly Lewisbook 5
Holly's Heart, Volume 1: Best Friend, Worst Enemy/Secret Summer Dreams/Sealed with a Kiss/The Trouble with Weddings/California Crazy (Holly's Heart 1-5) (v. 1) by Beverly LewisOmnibus 1-5
Second-Best Friend (Holly's Heart, Book 6) by Beverly Lewisbook 6
Good-Bye, Dressel Hills (Holly's Heart, Book 7) by Beverly Lewisbook 7
Straight-A Teacher (Holly's Heart, Book 8) by Beverly Lewisbook 8
No Guys Pact (Holly's Heart, Book 9) by Beverly Lewisbook 9
Holly's Heart, Volume 2: Second-Best Friend/Good-Bye, Dressel Hills/Straight-A Teacher/No Guys Pact/Little White Lies (Holly's Heart 6-10) (v. 2) by Beverly LewisOmnibus 6-10
Freshman Frenzy (Holly's Heart, Book 11) by Beverly Lewisbook 11
Mystery Letters (Holly's Heart, Book 12) by Beverly Lewisbook 12
Eight is Enough (Holly's Heart, Book 13) by Beverly Lewisbook 13
It's a Girl Thing (Holly's Heart, Book 14) by Beverly Lewisbook 14
Holly's Heart, Volume 3: Freshman Frenzy/Mystery Letters/Eight is Enough/It's a Girl Thing (Holly's Heart 11-14) (v. 3) by Beverly LewisOmnibus 11-14

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  1. Little White Lies (Holly's Heart, Book 10) by Beverly Lewis (1995)
  2. Tripping Over Skyscrapers (Unmistakably Cooper Ellis) by Wendy Lee Nentwig (1998)
  3. My Life as a Computer Cockroach by Bill Myers (1999)
  4. In Your Dreams by Robin Jones Gunn (1996)
  5. Lily's Passport to Paris by Nancy N. Rue (2003)
  6. Summerhill Secrets, Volume 2: House of Secrets/Echoes in the Wind/Hide Behind the Moon/Windows on the Hill/Shadows Beyond the Gate (Summerhill Secrets 6-10) by Beverly Lewis (1999)
  7. The Zero-G Headache by Robert Elmer (2000)
  8. Chopstick by Sandra Byrd (2005)
  9. Long Shot by Sigmund Brouwer (2000)
  10. The Sunroom by Beverly Lewis (1998)
  11. Escape From The Red Comet by Gilbert Morris (1998)
  12. DragonKnight (Dragon Keepers Chronicles, Book 3) by Donita K. Paul (2006)
  13. Christy Miller Collection, Volume 1: Summer Promise; A Whisper and a Wish; Yours Forever by Robin Jones Gunn (1999)
  14. Moving Up by Lauraine Snelling (1998)
  15. Infidel by Ted Dekker (2007)

Series description

Holly's Heart books are fun and captivating stories for early teen readers. Holly is just about to turn thirteen and she has a lot going on in her life. She's learning to adjust to living in a one parent home, dealing with an absent father and moving into a blended family—all while figuring out how to depend on her faith to help her though all the challenges of contemporary teen life. Appealing to both parents and teens alike, these are stories that early teen girls will love. For ages 11-14.


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