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Enemies

by Robin Klein

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Mary-Anna Clutterworth and Sandra Sutton are bitter enemies, until they have to spend an afternoon in town together and get lost.
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simple language, evokes well the clarity and passion of young minds, good classroom and shopping centre settings, evokes the adult well... a real discussable between parent and child... would work as reading together parent and child or independent reading...for both parent and child ( )
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Mary-Anna Clutterworth's mother and Sandra Sutton's mother are very good friends. Not once in ten years have they had the slightest argument. But Mary-Anna and Sandra absolutely absoluely hate each other. When Mary-Anna is sent to stay at Sandra's house for the weekend, it means war.
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