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Hangin' out with Cici by Francine Pascal

Hangin' out with Cici

by Francine Pascal

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I loved this book as a kid. A 13-year-old girl doesn't get along with her mother, someone she finds to be rigid, overbearing and who doesn't understand a thing. One day, while riding a train, she goes through a time warp and finds herself in the 1940s where she meets a wild kid named Cici who immediately befriends her, dragging her off to all sorts of risky ventures. Yep, Cici is her mom at her age. I loved the descriptions of 1940s teenage life and the narrator is quite a funny girl. ( )
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An accident, suffered during fourteen-year-old Victoria's train ride back to the city, allows the trouble-prone adolescent to enter her mother's childhood in New York City of the 1940s.
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Teenage Victoria who has a knack for getting into trouble and feels totally misunderstood by her mother, suddenly finds herself back in the forty's and involved with an equally trouble-prone girl who has some very familiar ways.

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