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Ginny Morris and Dad's New Girlfriend…

Ginny Morris and Dad's New Girlfriend

by Mary Collins Gallagher

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 159147387X, Paperback)

"Ginny Morris' parents are divorced, which is bad enough, but now her dad has a girlfriend! Who is this strange man who's become a clean freak and smiles all the time? Will her dad still be the same dad? Will he still havetime for her? Does this ruin any chance her parents will get back together?Does her mom care that Dad has a girlfriend? Is it okay if Ginny likes his girlfriend? Ginny sorts through her feelings with the help of her best friend, her journal--and finally, some heart-to-heart talks with Mom and Dad themselves."

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:07:30 -0400)

Just as Ginny begins to think that her divorced parents might like one another again, she learns that her father has a girlfriend, and the mixture of feelings this stirs up causes trouble at home and school--nearly ruining Halloween.

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