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The New Kid By Thomas Burke
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This book is about a kid named Joe. Joe is trying to learn how to play baseball he gets laughted at for missing the ball and striking out. Then a kid named Bill comes along to try to help.
The New Kid By Katie Percival
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Jack is the New Kid. He tells his new best friend, Mary Lou, that he is from New Orleans, but maybe, that isn’t as true as he says. Jack and Mary Lou develop a friendship and help each other... More > through changes in their lives. They uncover several mysteries and discover something special in common. Most interesting of all is the tale of the shadowy figure who drives an old pickup truck and always appears when trouble occurs.< Less
The new kid By ivy johana
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Funny story about a rich kid who wants to go to school but is disappointed.
The New Kid By Nicole Roser
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Miara is the new kid at school. On her first day at recess she will meet a group of friends who are all different but unique. When faced with descrimination she will learn how great her new friends... More > are.< Less
The New Kid By Nicole Roser
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Miara is the new kid at school. On her first day at recess she will meet a group of friends who are all different but unique. When faced with descrimination she will learn how great her new friends... More > are.< Less
The New Kid By Jacob Mullins
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The New Kid “Johnny!” My mom yells. “Get out of bed. It’s time for school.” 9th grader Johnny Champlain is getting ready for his first day of school. Everything is okay... More > except one thing, he’s the new kid. No friends, not knowing where to go, or even what to do. How could that ever be fun. But, you can’t always underestimate the worse. Johnny has a problem with the captain of the football team, Tommy Jones. Tommy doesn’t say it but he is actually really worried that Johnny might actually take his spot in football and popularity. Tommy ends up taking it out on Johnny. It backfires and now Johnny is on top. He now has the best friends and they stick together. Read the book to find out what happens to Johnny at the end and how his life turns out.< Less
The New Kid By Cinsearae Santiago
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It's all fun and games until someone loses an eye...or an arm...or a liver, leg or spleen... A bet made by of one of Peter's friends leads them into more than just inviting 'the new kid' to join them... More > in a few Halloween pranks--it brings them all closer to their own deaths.< Less
The New Kid By Cinsearae Santiago
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It's all fun and games until someone loses an eye...or an arm...or a liver, leg or spleen... A bet made by of one of Peter's friends leads them into more than just inviting 'the new kid' to join them... More > in a few Halloween pranks--it brings them all closer to their own deaths.< Less
The Klein Kids' New House By Linda Orosz
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The Klein Kids move into their new house.
The New Kid In Town By De'Bee Raatikainen
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The Adventures Of Frankie The Frog & Friends Present: The New Kid In Town. This charming story is about the jealousy and friendship between Chester Chipmunk & Frankie Frog. Frankie becomes... More > so excited about meeting the new kid (Monfort Moose) when he moves into Tulip Valley that his attention is no longer on Chester. Chester thinks that Monfort is trying to steel his friend (Frankie) away from him. What Chester doesn’t realize that Monfort and himself have a lot in common. He learns in the end that it is okay for other people to have the same interests and that everyone doesn’t look the same no matter how odd their outer appearance may seem. Chester realizes it is what’s on the inside that counts and that all of us is what makes the colors of the rainbow.”< Less