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Books in Clementine series

  • The Clementine Rose Busy Day Book

    Jacqueline Harvey

    Paperback (Random House Australia, Aug. 1, 2015)
    A super fun book of activities, perfect for fans of the Clementine Rose seriesWrite, draw, color, sticker, read, and learn so much more about all of your favorite characters from Penberthy Floss in this new activity book! There are find-a-words, quizzes, coloring-in pages, and even recipes for some of Clementine's favorite foods. Whether it's enrolling at Ellery Prep, designing a new dress for Clemmie, or learning about teacup pigs, every young fan will be busy for hours on end!
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  • The Talented Clementine

    Sara Pennypacker, Marla Frazee

    Library Binding (Turtleback Books, April 1, 2008)
    FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Eight-year-old Clementine, convinced that she has no talents, tries to find a way to avoid participating in the class talent show.
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  • The Talented Clementine

    Sara Pennypacker, Marla Frazee

    Hardcover (Hyperion Books for Children, Aug. 7, 2007)
    Eight-year-old Clementine, convinced that she has no talents, tries to find a way to avoid participating in the class talent show.
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  • Clementine And The Spring Trip

    Sara Pennypacker

    Library Binding (Turtleback, Jan. 7, 2014)
    FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. For Clementine, spring is a really big deal. It's the time for seeing her apple tree start to grow, for watching her friend Margaret go crazy with spring cleaning, and for going on the school trip to Plimoth Plantation. Clementine is ready for Ye Olden Times, but she isn't so sure about surviving lunch there-the fourth graders have strict rules about no eating sounds. What is snicking, anyway? If that wasn't enough, Clementine also faces the challenges of learning Olive-language and surviving The Cloud on Bus 7. Hearing the pilgrim lady talk about why she made the long journey from England makes Clementine think about rules. Who makes them, and what do they mean to the people who have to live with them? Today Clementine has to decide which rules are made to be broken.
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  • Clementine

    Sara Pennypacker, Marla Frazee

    Library Binding (Perfection Learning, Feb. 1, 2008)
    The New York Times bestseller and Publishers Weekly Best Book of the Year now comes to paperback. The author of Stewart's Cape and Stewart Goes to School introduces a charmingly flawed, quirky character with an altogether unforgettable voice. Illustrations.
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  • Tillie & Clementine: Moonlight Sledding

    Dan Killeen

    Paperback (Clovercroft Publishing, Aug. 31, 2016)
    The first big snow of the season is here! But Tillie and Clementine are stuck in after school activities, Daddy is stuck at work, and the sun goes down before they get a chance to go sledding. The situation gets worse as the weatherman reports that temperatures will rise the next day, melting all the snow. Will the family go to bed sulking for having missed out on the fun? Not if Mommy has something to say about it. She might just deliver them to a snowy hill in the town park where everyone gathers on nights like this.That childlike impulse to go play in the snow animates both kids and adults in this rollicking tale. Wonderful, wintery illustrations fill the pages showing youngsters, old folks, dogs, and even the mayor enjoying the park after dark. So grab your scarf, mittens and sled, and join Tillie and Clementine for some midnight sledding!
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  • Clementine's Letter

    Sara Pennypacker

    Paperback (Hodder Children's Books, April 9, 2009)
    Clementine can't believe her ears her beloved teacher, Mr. D'Matz, might be leaving them for the rest of the year to go on a research trip to Egypt! No other teacher has ever understood her impulsiveness, her itch to draw constantly, or her need to play "Beat the Clock" when the day feels too long. And in his place, he's left a substitute with a whole new set of rules that Clementine just can't figure out. The only solution, she decides, is to hatch a plan to get Mr. D'Matz back. If it means ruining her teacher's once-in-a-lifetime chance -- well, it's worth it. Isn't it?
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  • Clementine And The Family Meeting

    Sara Pennypacker, Marla Frazee

    Library Binding (Turtleback Books, June 19, 2012)
    FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. When her parents call a family meeting, Clementine becomes convinced that she is in trouble for naughty behaviors ranging from eating too much junk food to being mean to her little brother and is astonished to learn that a new baby is expected. Illustrated by the Caldecott Honor-winning author and illustrator of A Couple Of Boys Have The Best Week Ever.
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  • Clementine

    Sara Pennypacker

    Paperback (Hodder Children's Books, March 1, 2009)
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  • Clementine

    Sara Pennypacker

    Hardcover (Hodder Children's Books, April 17, 2008)
    Rare book
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  • Clementine, Friend of the Week

    Sara Pennypacker, Marla Frazee

    Library Binding (Perfection Learning, May 3, 2011)
    Clementine has been picked for Friend of the Week, which means she gets to be line leader, collect the milk money, and feed the fish. Even better, she'll get a Friend of the Week booklet in which all the other third grade kids will write why they like her. Clementine's best friend Margaret has all sorts of crazy ideas for how Clementine can prove to the class she is a friend. Clementine "has" to get a great booklet, so she does what Margaret says. What begins as one of the best weeks ever may turn out to be the worst. Who knew that being a friend could be so hard?
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  • Clementine's Letter

    Sara Pennypacker, Marla Frazee

    Hardcover (Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, July 8, 2008)
    This New York Times bestselling chapter book series has been keeping readers engaged and laughing for more than a decade with over one million copies sold! Clementine can't believe her ears: her beloved teacher, Mr. D'Matz, might be leaving them for the rest of the year to go on a research trip to Egypt! No other teacher has ever understood her impulsiveness, her itch to draw constantly, or her need to play "Beat the Clock" when the day feels too long. And in his place, he's left a substitute with a whole new set of rules that Clementine just can't figure out. The only solution, she decides, is to hatch a plan to get Mr. D'Matz back. Even if it means ruining her Mr. D'Matz's once-in-a-lifetime chance, it's worth it -- isn't it?
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