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The Barkley Street six-pack (Republished as: My friend Natalie, and, Some… (1979)

by Mary Francis Shura

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Originally published: The Barkley Street Six-Pack. Republished as: My Friend Natalie or Some Kind of Friend
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Shy, plain Jane is delighted with her new best friend, Natalie, who has magical power, even though this friendship costs her the friendship of all the other kids on Barkley Street. One day Natalie moves and Jane finds a four-legged friend.
Barkley Street was almost like the street where Jane's dad had grown up, with big back yards and lots of kids. Shy, plain Jane is delighted with her new best friend, but Natalie managed to keep the kids apart with magic and cruelty. This association costs her the friendship of all the other kids. How Jane learned to think for herself?
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Devastated when her best and only friend Natalie moves away, solitary Jane, a plain and painfully shy girl, finds a friend in a four-legged creature. Reprint.

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Shy, plain Jane is delighted with her new best friend, Natalie, who has magical power, even though this friendship costs her the friendship of all the other kids on Barkley Street. One day Natalie moves and Jane finds a four-legged friend.

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