Needle And Thread (main Street #2)
it's Autumn In Camden Falls, And Flora And Ruby Are Just Starting To Settle Into The Town. Flora Is Worried About Spending The First Thanksgiving Without Their Parents. Ruby Is Worried About Getting A Part In Her School Musical. And Their New Friends, Olivia And Nikki, Are Facing Problems Of Their Own. But The Friendship That Ties Them Together Will Also Give Them The Strength To Work Things Out -- One Stitch At A Time.
ruby And Flora Are Just Beginning To Consider Main Street Their New Home. After The Death Of Their Parents, They Moved There With Their Grandmother, Min. Now It Is Time For Another Big Change: Starting A New School Year At A Strange School. Ruby Begins Fourth Grade While Flora Begins Sixth. When Ruby Finds Out About A Play Based On The History Of Camden Falls, She Cannot Wait To Audition And Become A Star; However, Her Excitement About Having To Do A Death Scene Could Unnerve Her Sister Because Of Their Parents' Deaths. Halloween Is Another Source Of Excitement For The Sisters And Their Friends, As Is Finding The Perfect Pet For Olivia's Birthday. More About Nikki's Difficult Home Life Is Revealed, And Flora Finds Out More About Her Mother From Mary Woolsey. This Second Book In The Main Street Series Allows The Reader To Learn More About The Characters And Their Relationships As The Characters Learn These Lessons Themselves.
Author : Ann M. Martin
Publisher : Scholastic Paperbacks
Published Year : 2007
Format : Paperback, 224 pages
Dimensions : 7.44 (w) x 5.24 (h) x 0.62 (d)
ISBN : 0439868807
ISBN13 : 9780439868808
Overview :Autumn comes to Camden Falls -- bringing new friends, new teachers, new worries, and new challenges.
It's autumn in Camden Falls, and Flora and Ruby are just starting to settle into the town. Flora is worried about spending the first Thanksgiving without their parents. Ruby is worried about getting a part in her school musical. And their new friends, Olivia and Nikki, are facing problems of their own. But the friendship that ties them together will also give them the strength to work things out -- one stitch at a time.