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**Allie Finkle's Rules for Girls Book One: Moving Day (2 vol.)

by Meg Cabot
Allie has rules for everything, but her world is turned upside-down when her family moves away from her familiar house, school, and friends. 216 pages, Ages 8-12

Item Number: 1266
Category:Longer Fiction in Contracted Braille (in EBAE)

Price: $19.00
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Reviews for **Allie Finkle's Rules for Girls Book One: Moving Day (2 vol.)
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5Allie Finkle, a precocious, adventurous, and outspoken nine-year-old, is on a mission. A mission to keep her parents from making the worst decision of their lives and moving her and her brothers out of their perfectly fine suburban home and into a creaky, dark, and gloomy Victorian house. Even such incentives as a new best friend, a new school, and a kitten all her own, aren't enough to convince Allie that moving may actually be fun. Allie has a rule for everything and one of them is: You can't let your family move into a haunted house! For any Meg Cabot fan in training, MOVING DAY, the first installment in the ALLIE FINKLE'S RULES FOR GIRLS series, is a must read. Working the charm that won over the teenage set, Cabot expertly brings Allie to life in this laugh-out-loud story. A lively narrator, Allie will keep you entertained with her many exploits and her stark honesty. This is a book that Cabot readers, new and old, young and not-so-young, will all enjoy.
2011-08-08

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