Academic journal article New England Reading Association Journal

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Academic journal article New England Reading Association Journal

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In our last Book Beat, "Books of The New Millennium" all of the book reviews were written by children. We apologize to Chelsea Curtis and Justine Luarte for inadvertently omitting their insightful commentary on jojo and Winnie Again...

JoJo and Winnie Again

Author: Marilyn Sachs

Illustrator: Meredith Johnson

70 pages

Reviewed by: Chelsea Curtis and Justine Luarte

Jojo and Winnie are sisters. Jojo is the oldest. She is nine. Winnie is about 6 years old. Jojo thinks her life is weird because Winnie keeps wanting to do everything Jojo does. She wants to have everything Jojo has, too. This is kind of annoying to Jojo.

One day, Winnie loses her tooth and because Jojo did not get money from the tooth fairy when she lost a tooth, Winnie is beginning to wonder if the tooth fairy is true or not. …

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