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Molly's A+ Partner by Valerie Tripp
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Molly thinks it's great working with Susan and that they've done a wonderful job on their report, until Susan decides to add some acting to their presentation. Molly's sure they'll be laughed at, and she fights with Susan about it. The girls apologize, and the extra work Susan did acting and Molly did on the timeline pay off with approval from their classmates and teacher. They learned both that they can be creative and that their friendship comes first. ( )
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"Susan, this is the best report anyone has ever done!" said Molly happily.
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[From back cover]: In Molly's A+ Partner, Molly and Susan pair up to write a report about George Washington. When they disagree about how to present the report, Molly thinks their grade - and their friendship - might be doomed. Luckily, Susan has a few surprises up her sleeve.
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Ten-year-old Molly and her friend Susan have different ideas about how to present their school report on George Washington. Includes historical notes on George Washington and a recipe for cherry-nut cupcakes.

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