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Books with title Gingerbread Jitters

  • Gingerbread Jitters

    Abby Klein, John McKinley

    language (Scholastic Paperbacks, Oct. 25, 2016)
    This Christmas, Freddy's class is making gingerbread houses to donate to a local children's hospital. Everyone has a great idea of what to bring for decorations -- everyone, that is, except Freddy! If he can think up the perfect ingredient, this season will be totally sweet!
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  • Gingerbread

    Rachel Cohn

    eBook (Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, March 8, 2011)
    "I have promised to be a model citizen daughter....I have confined my Shrimp time to making out with him in the Java the Hut supply closet and quick feels on the cold hard sand at the beach during our breaks, but enough is enough....Delia and I are planning a party at Wallace and Shrimp's house and I am spending the night whether Sid and Nancy notice or not. I will be as wild as I wanna be."After being kicked out of a fancy New England boarding school, Cyd Charisse is back home in San Francisco with her parents, Sid and Nancy, in a household that drives her crazy. Lucky for Cyd, she's always had Gingerbread, her childhood rag doll and confidante.After Cyd tests her parents' permissiveness, she is grounded in Alcatraz (as Cyd calls her room) and forbidden to see Shrimp, her surfer boyfriend. But when her incarceration proves too painful for the whole family, Cyd's parents decide to send her to New York to meet her biological father and his family, whom Cyd has always longed to know.Summer in the city is not what Cyd Charisse expects -- and Cyd isn't what her newfound family expects, either.With Gingerbread, debut author Rachel Cohn creates a spirited world of in-your-face characters who are going to stay with readers for a long time.
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  • Gingerbread

    Caleigh Blue, J. Bradshaw

    eBook
    The puppy they call Ginger is back. This time, she tells her story about her life and her family. How she grew from a puppy to a dog. Ginger talks about becoming potty trained, and the loss of her eye. Just because you look and do things a little differently doesn't mean you should be treated a certain way. Her family still loves her, just the way she is, and that will never change.
  • Gingerbread

    Rachel Cohn

    Hardcover (Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, March 1, 2002)
    "I have promised to be a model citizen daughter....I have confined my Shrimp time to making out with him in the Java the Hut supply closet and quick feels on the cold hard sand at the beach during our breaks, but enough is enough....Delia and I are planning a party at Wallace and Shrimp's house and I am spending the night whether Sid and Nancy notice or not. I will be as wild as I wanna be." After being kicked out of a fancy New England boarding school, Cyd Charisse is back home in San Francisco with her parents, Sid and Nancy, in a household that drives her crazy. Lucky for Cyd, she's always had Gingerbread, her childhood rag doll and confidante. After Cyd tests her parents' permissiveness, she is grounded in Alcatraz (as Cyd calls her room) and forbidden to see Shrimp, her surfer boyfriend. But when her incarceration proves too painful for the whole family, Cyd's parents decide to send her to New York to meet her biological father and his family, whom Cyd has always longed to know. Summer in the city is not what Cyd Charisse expects -- and Cyd isn't what her newfound family expects, either. With Gingerbread, debut author Rachel Cohn creates a spirited world of in-your-face characters who are going to stay with readers for a long time.
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  • Gingerbread

    Victoria Blakemore

    Paperback (Victoria Blakemore, Dec. 3, 2017)
    An interesting and informative read for young readers about gingerbread.This book covers the history, uses, ingredients, and nutrition of gingerbread.
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  • Gingerbread

    Rachel Cohn

    Paperback (Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, Nov. 3, 2015)
    In this “funny and irreverent” (School Library Journal, starred review) debut novel, Rachel Cohn, coauthor of Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist, tells the story of a spirited, rebellious, and teen in New York City for the first time.After getting tossed from her posh boarding school, wild, willful, and coffee addicted Cyd Charisse returns to San Francisco to live with her parents. But there’s no way Cyd can survive in her parents’ pristine house. Lucky for Cyd she’s got Gingerbread, her childhood rag doll and confidante, and her new surfer boyfriend. When Cyd’s rebelliousness gets out of hand, her parents ship her off to New York City to spend the summer with “Frank real-dad,” her biological father. Trading in her parents for New York City grunge and getting to know her bio-dad and step-sibs is what Cyd has been waiting for her whole life. But summer in the city is not what Cyd expects—and she’s far from the daughter or sister that anyone could have imagined.
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  • Gingerbread

    Rachel Cohn

    Paperback (Simon Pulse, May 25, 2004)
    After being expelled from boarding school, Cyd Charisse's problems with her mother escalate after Cyd falls in love with a sensitive surfer and is sent from San Francisco to New York City to spend time with her biological father.
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  • Gingerbread

    Victoria Blakemore

    Hardcover (Victoria Blakemore, Dec. 3, 2017)
    An interesting and informative read for young readers about gingerbread.This book covers the history, uses, ingredients, and nutrition of gingerbread.
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  • Gingerbread

    Illustrated by charles geer helga Sandburg, charles geer

    Hardcover (dial press, 1964, March 15, 1964)
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  • gingerbread

    Helga Sandburg

    Hardcover (The Dial Press, March 15, 1967)
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  • Gingerbread

    Rachel Cohn, Carine Montbertrand

    Audio CD (Recorded Books, Jan. 1, 2006)
    Book by Rachel Cohn
  • Gingerbread

    Rachel Cohn

    Paperback (Bloomsbury Pub Ltd, March 31, 2003)
    When Cyd gets home to her family for the summer holidays she is in a very 'teenage' state of mind! Boyfriend troubles, parent troubles, little brother troubles. When she meets the lovely 'Shrimp' her mother finally decides she has had enough of her troublesome teenage daughter and sends her to holiday with her 'real' father in New York. The break does Cyd a lot of good - she meets a brother and a sister she didn't know she had, she finds a little romance and she comes to terms with some troubles of a different and deeper sort which have been hidden for some time. Cyd Charise has a secret buried and it is only through getting to know herself better is she finally able to tell those nearest to her what has really gone on in her life. Not for a long time has such a lovely and quirky girl been brought to life in a book. Her passion for life, her humour and her irrepressible energy will make this book required reading for every teenager.
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