My 10 year old daughter and I enjoyed this book. I loved that young Judy was an example of how one person can make a big difference and influence others to do good. There was a good sense of community, teamwork, compassion and service. A breath of fresh air compared to other literature for young girls!
In Back to Poplar Street we get reacquainted with Judy who is back to visit her great aunt, this time for the whole summer. This is another great book for pre-teens as the characters model good manners and respect for their elders. It is not without mistakes and mishaps by the characters. but that makes for a great plot and some adventure.
Judy is excited to return to her aunt Maria’s house—this time for the entire summer! Some things have changed on Poplar Street, but those changes aren’t all bad. One day, Judy discovers an abandoned park, which leads her into all sorts of adventures. The park isn’t the only thing on Judy’s mind, though. Will she be able to help her friend Tony with the problem he is trying to solve? Find out in this second Poplar Street book!
Don’t miss Number Eleven Poplar Street!
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