Completely Clementine by Sara Pennypacker

By Sara Pennypacker

To be used IN colleges AND LIBRARIES purely. Clementine faces alterations on the finish of her 3rd grade yr and anticipates the delivery of her family's new child.

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THIS MADE THE BUILDING MANAGER TERRIBLY, TERRIBLY SAD. I quick-flipped back through the pages. Mostly the stories were fun to remember. I read about the time the ice cream truck blew a tire in front of our building, and we bought all the ice cream from the driver and threw a neighborhood party on the rooftop before it melted. I read about the night the power went out and everyone came down to the lobby with candles and we told ghost stories. Then I got to one that wasn’t so good—the time I sold everybody’s charity giveaways to each other.

Flo-Max will do it. Lizards like to go into skinny places. Once he got loose and a week later he crawled out of the bathtub drain. But ask Margaret about those arm-gloves she said I had to wear. ” When they ran off, I took a marker from my pocket and added a new exclamation point to the arm reminder I’ve been keeping since all this started: NO WEDDINGS FOR ME!!!!!!! Tuesday morning I had to put my newest sad-animal drawing beside my dad’s coffee cup, because he was already off at work. “Petrified Piglets” was my best one yet: baby pigs running away from a farmer holding a hot dog roll and a jar of spicy mustard.

I asked when I thought we had done enough admiring. “Oh, eight or nine inches. ” “I don’t think so, Margaret,” I said. Then I held one of the shoes against my left forearm and measured it. “The heel is two inches high,” I told Margaret. ” she asked. ” I held the shoe up against my arm again to show her. “Well, plus my fingernail. Two inches and a fingernail. ” “Hold on, hold on,” Margaret said. ” “Actually, my dad did,” I said. “He named them after stars. We played a game about the constellations on my arms.

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