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Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
AHJ - Hampton Branch J ARN (Text) 30365100990259 Juvenile Fiction Checked out 06/29/2019
Beaufort - Beaufort Branch J FIC ARN (Text) 0530005835795 Juvenile Fiction Collection Checked out 06/22/2019
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  • ISBN: 9780544602274
  • ISBN: 0544602277
  • Physical Description: print
    229 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
  • Publisher: Boston ; Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, [2016]

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General Note: Accelerated Reader MG 5.2 6 181295
Summary, etc.: As far as twelve-year-old Odette Zyskowski is concerned, her parents have ruined her life by selling the house she and her younger brother have grown up in, getting an RV, and giving her some little mutt instead of the Labrador Retriever she wanted--but as they travel north to see her grandmother, Odette becomes aware of an even more frightening problem: her parents may be on the verge of a divorce.
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Accelerated Reader MG 5.2 6 181295
Subject: Moving, Household Juvenile fiction
Families Juvenile fiction
Anger Juvenile fiction
Recreational vehicle living Juvenile fiction
Dogs Juvenile fiction
Moving, Household Fiction
Family life Fiction
Family problems Fiction
Anger Fiction
Recreational vehicles Fiction
Dogs Fiction

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Far from Fair
Far from Fair
by Arnold, Elana K.
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Far from Fair

Odette Zyskowski has a list: Things That Aren't Fair. At the top of the list is her parents' decision to take the family on the road in an ugly RV they've nicknamed the Coach. There's nothing fair about leaving California and living in the cramped Coach with her par­ents and exasperating younger brother, sharing one stupid cell phone among the four of them. And there's definitely nothing fair about what they find when they reach Grandma Sissy's house, hundreds of miles later. Most days it seems as if everything in Odette's life is far from fair. Is there a way for her to make things right? With warmth and sensitivity, Elana K. Arnold makes the difficult topics of terminal illness and the right to die accessible to young readers.
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