Junk Pile by Lady Borton

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Jamie finds everything she could ever want in her father's junkyard, except for a real friend, and sets out to create one for herself, but in doing so, Jamie becomes acquainted with the new boy in town and finds a true friend in him.

About Lady Borton

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Roni Schotter's picture books include "Nothing Ever Happens on 90th Street," She lives in Hastings-on-Hudson, New York. Kimberly Bulcken Root has illustrated many popular picture books. She lives in Quarryville, Pennsylvania.
Published March 17, 1997 by Philomel. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Too young to ride the bus to school, shy little Jamie Kay spends her days in the Appalachian hollow that is home and helps her father in his junkyard.

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