My 11 year old daughter loved this book. She had a bit of a hard time getting into the start, but that was quickly overcome. She then said she could not put it down and wanted to see how the characters adventures at her aunt’s house on Poplar street came to a close.
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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