The Reluctant Flower Girl by Lynne Barasch

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April can't believe her big sister, Annabel--her best friend--is about to get married and leave her!

Not even getting to be the flower girl in the wedding keeps April from doing everything she can to convince Harold, Annabel's fiance, not to marry her sister.

But before April knows it, the big day arrives. Soon Annabel will be saying, "I do" --or does April have one last chance to stop the wedding?

Lynne Barasch's funny, insightful book about the special bond between sisters is sure to give young readers--and their older siblings--cause for celebration.


About Lynne Barasch

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MONA KERBY has written many acclaimed books for children. She lives in Westminster, Maryland. LYNNE BARASCH is the author/illustrator of several picture books, including "Radio Rescue," an ALA Notable Book. She lives in New York City.
Published May 22, 2001 by HarperCollins Publishers. 40 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Children's Books.

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She demonstrates the red-headed sisters' affection with charming details—their penchant for sneaking Mallomars into their bedroom at night, April proudly displaying Annabel at show-and-tell—then exposes April's mounting tension with her response to fashion disasters at the wedding dress store ("Y...

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