Chocolate-Covered Baloney by KD McCrite
(The Confessions of April Grace)

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The last thing April Grace wants is more change in her lifeùbut thatÆs exactly what she gets! Plus, April has a new mystery to solve when Myra Sue starts sneaking around and acting very suspicious!

From snooty new neighbors to starting junior high to getting a new baby brother to having her grandmother get a boyfriend, April Grace has had enough change to last until she is at least 87 years old.

But when it rains, it pours, and April Grace is in for the ride of her life when her prissy, citified neighbor Isabel becomes her gym teacher and a long-lost relative suddenly reappears and throws everything into a tizzy. On top of that, AprilÆs sister, Myra Sue, has been hiding something and sneaking around. April needs to find out what is going on before her silly sister gets herself into trouble again. More important, will April find the grace she needs to handle her topsy-turvy life and forgive past wrongs?

Girls will fall in love with AprilÆs humor and completely relate to her as she deals with family, friends, drama, and both the humor and the heartache that are part of growing up.

 

About KD McCrite

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KD McCrite grew up on an Ozark Mountain farm along an old dirt road, just like April Grace Reilly in the Confessions of April Grace series. She loves writing stories that make people laugh and think. For a while, she worked as a librarian, but these days she sits at her desk and makes up stories.
 
Published November 12, 2012 by Thomas Nelson. 284 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Jeanie Loiacono 19 Apr 2013

April Grace does it again! A combo of Pippy Longstocking and Nancy Drew. I read this with my children and they want more. I had to buy the other two: Cliques, Hicks and Ugly Sticks! and In Front of...

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