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by Brenda Seabrooke

Author: Brenda Seabrooke
Subcategory: Poetry
Language: English
Publisher: Dutton Books for Young Readers; 1st edition (October 4, 1990)
Pages: 6 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.6
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Poems describe the daily experiences of four girls growing up in a small town in Georgia in the early 1950s.

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Judy Scuppernong book. Judy Scuppernong is out of print at present, but I think it would still appeal to a contemporary audience if it was repackaged a little bit to suit current trends

Judy Scuppernong book. Judy Scuppernong is out of print at present, but I think it would still appeal to a contemporary audience if it was repackaged a little bit to suit current trends.

Poems describe the daily experiences of four girls growing up in a small town in Georgia in the early 1950s.

by Seabrooke, Brenda. Publisher: Bantam Books. Illustrations From an on-line posting: "Brenda Seabrooke grew up surrounded by storytellers in a rural part of Georgia and became a dedicated reader at a young age. Publish date: 03/01/1992. When reading as a child, "I always hated to let go of the characters in the end, " she wrote in a profile published on the Children's Book Guild of Washington, . So after I finished a book, I continued the stories, making up further adventures that went on and o.

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illustrated by Ted Ledwin. We knew our mothers disapproved of Judy. They never said so. Looks were enough. That's what we called her. My best friends, Lala and Stacy, and I couldn't resist the freedom, fun, and magic she brought into our quiet, predictable lives. As the summer ended I discovered a sad secret about Judy. When she disappeared as mysteriously as she arrived, we knew things would never be quite the same because of our friendship with Judy. Oh, that Judy Scuppernong.

SEABROOKE, Brenda 1941- Personal Born May 23, 1941, in Florida; married James Seabrooke (an .

SEABROOKE, Brenda 1941- Personal Born May 23, 1941, in Florida; married James Seabrooke (an oceanographer); children: Kevin, Kerria. Education: Newcomb College of Tulane University, . Hobbies and other interests: Traveling, gardening, painting. Boston Globe-Horn Book Honor Book for Fiction, 1991, for Judy Scuppernong; Notable Children's Trade Book in the Field of Social Studies, National Council for the Social Studies/Children's Book Council, for The Bridges of Summer. Recipient of the Robie MacCauley Fellowship, Emerson College, and of a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.

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Poems describe the daily experiences of four girls growing up in a small town in Georgia in the early 1950s