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by C. S. Adler

Author: C. S. Adler
Subcategory: Literature & Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: HMH Books for Young Readers; 1st edition (August 1, 1997)
Pages: 112 pages
Category: Teens and Young Adults
Rating: 4.7
Other formats: lrf azw txt lit

Her Blue Straw Hat book. That book won both the William Allen White Award and th . Carole) Adler moved to Tucson, Arizona, after spending most of her life in upstate New York.

Her Blue Straw Hat book. She was an English teacher at Niskayuna Middle School for nearly a decade. She is a passionate tennis player, grandmother, and nature lover, and has been a full-time writer since the publication of her first book,The Magic of the Glits, in 1979. That book won both the William Allen White Award and the Golden Kite Award.

Her blue straw hat. by. Adler, C. S. (Carole . Publication date. Stepfamilies, Beaches, Vacations, Stepfamilies, Beaches, Vacations. San Diego : Harcourt Brace. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. org on November 22, 2010.

Carole Schwerdtfeger) Adler (born February 23, 1932) is an American children's book author. She has been a full-time writer since the publication of her first book, The Magic of the Glits, in 1979. She has since published 43 more books for young readers. Many of her books have been on state lists and have also been published in Japan, Germany, England, Denmark, Austria, Sweden, and France.

Her mom thought the hat was too expensive, but Ben insisted because the color .

Her mom thought the hat was too expensive, but Ben insisted because the color matched Rachel's eyes. Now Rachel is looking forward to a few quiet weeks at the beach again, but suddenly she learns she'll be sharing her room with Tina, Ben's biological daughter, who will join them this summer. Enter a reader's Lexile® measure to calculate his or her expected comprehension for this book and to view vocabulary targeted to his or her reading ability.

AbeBooks C. Adler is the author of many novels for young readers, including the r. From School Library Journal: Grade 5-7. Rachel, 12, ha. .

C. Rachel, 12, has finally come to love and respect her stepfather, Ben, even if her relationship with her mother, MJ, is sometimes lacking. MJ doesn't understand that Rachel enjoys being alone to read, swim, and think during their annual vacation at a beachside cabin. This year, Rachel is in for a few surprises.

She's since published 43 more books for young visitors. A lot of her books have already been on condition lists and also have also been released in Japan, Germany, Britain, Denmark, Austria, Sweden, and France. The Magic from the Glits won both William Allen Light Award as well as the Golden Kite Award. Youn Hee And Me Courtyard Kitty Greater than a Equine Her Blue Straw Hat Being successful Not really a Summer season Crush One Unsatisfied Equine What's to BE FRIGHTENED Of, Suki? The ROOM Cat Keeping Dove: One Unsatisfied Equine Timothy and Jacob both trumpet players Taylor Giais the lady.

Twelve-year-old Rachel has plans to have a quiet summer getting to know her new stepfather better. However, when his natural daughter arrives with her mother's. Twelve-year-old Rachel has plans to have a quiet summer getting to know her new stepfather better. see all Twelve-year-old Rachel has plans to have a quiet summer getting to know her new stepfather better. However, when his natural daughter arrives with her mother's boyfriend's son to spend the summer at the beach, Rachel's plans are turned upside down.

She has since published 43 more books for young readers

She has since published 43 more books for young readers. Adler moved to Tucson, Arizona, after spending most of her life in upstate New York, where before publishing she was a middle school English teacher in the Niskayuna school district, for nearly a decade.

Rachel realized how much she loves her stepfather, Ben, last summer when he bought her that wide-brimmed blue straw hat. Her mom thought the hat was too expensive, but Ben insisted because the color matched Rachel’s eyes. Now Rachel is looking forward to a few quiet weeks at the beach again, but suddenly she learns she’ll be sharing her room with Tina, Ben’s biological daughter, who will join them this summer. No one can anticipate the upheaval Tina will cause, especially when she arrives with her mother’s boyfriend’s son in tow.