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Growing Up & Facts of Life
  • Author:
    Allison Tutalo
  • ISBN:
    0978694872
  • ISBN13:
    978-0978694876
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  • Publisher:
    Old Line Publishing, LLC (August 10, 2009)
  • Pages:
    72 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Growing Up & Facts of Life
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Allie is excited to be in sixth grade, the highest grade in the school. She has confidence when she is helping children cross the street as a crossing guard, doing gymnastics in the school field, or arm wrestling the boys at recess

Allie is excited to be in sixth grade, the highest grade in the school. She has confidence when she is helping children cross the street as a crossing guard, doing gymnastics in the school field, or arm wrestling the boys at recess. However, herMoreAllie is excited to be in sixth grade, the highest grade in the school. However, her confidence wavers around Patty, a popular 6th grader, whose cute, pink, Nike sweatshirt and deep blue,.

Allie is excited to be in sixth grade, the highest grade in the school. She is confident when she is helping children cross the street as a crossing guard, doing gymnastics in the school field, or arm wrestling the boys at recess

Allie is excited to be in sixth grade, the highest grade in the school. She is confident when she is helping children cross the street as a crossing guard, doing gymnastics in the school field, or arm wrestling the boys at recess.

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Allie slipped into her room, leaving the door ajar so she could peepout, and there she paced the floor, waiting, listening for what shedared not watch. The gambler Hough would win all that Durade had, andthen stake it against her. That was what Allie believed. She had nodoubts of Hough's winning her, too, but she doubted if he could take heraway. There would be a fight. And if there was a fight, then that mustbe the end of Durade.

Allie Rowbottom received her BA from New York University, her MFA from the California Institute of the Arts and her PhD in Creative Writing and Literature from the University of Houston.

She’s Hungarian, from Budapest but her English was fantastic. At first she was a bit shy but when we started chatting we found we had a lot of things in common – we both like music, food and travelling. We got on really well – we didn’t stop talking for the whole evening. When it was time to go I knew I really wanted to see Nina again and I asked her for her phone number.

Allie is excited to be in sixth grade, the highest grade in the school. She is confident when she is helping children cross the street as a crossing guard, doing gymnastics in the school field, or arm wrestling the boys at recess. However, her confidence wavers around Patty, a popular 6th grader, whose cute pink designer sweatshirt and deep blue designer jeans make Allie's new clothes from the value store look cheap, dull, and starchy. Things get worse as she starts to deal with her wide short feet. Buying shoes like her friends' is not an option. Allie can only get shoes from the special shoe store for hard-to-fit feet. Her struggle causes her to wonder why God would give her such wide short feet. She fears that she will have to wear "kiddie" shoes with no heels to the spring dance. Allie soon discovers the difference between bad friends and good friends and begins to believe that she is truly very special.