My 9 year old daughter really loved this story. Easy, fun and not to long. Perfect for her reading level.
My daughter (10) loved this book! She thought her brothers would like it, too, so she suggested we read it aloud together. It was a fun book!
A sweet story of forgiveness, adventure, challenges, and blooming independence. Musicians will be sure to love this story too as Judy grows her skills on the organ! Be sure to order the sequel because we can’t wait to see what happens when Judy returns to Aunt Maria’s!
I am nine years old and I really liked this book because it was about forgiveness and being kind to others.
Judy teaches her aunt to forgive while at her house for the summer!
Judy has never been away from her cozy home in the country before, but this summer she’d to spend a whole month living in town with Aunt Maria on Poplar Street. Why does the street have two houses called Number Eleven? Why won’t Aunt Maria speak to her neighbor? Come along with Judy as she make new friends, solves mysteries, and brings joy to the people of Poplar Street.
Don’t miss Back to Poplar Street!
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