Sophie's Friend In Need

Sophie's Friend In Need

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Its summer 1950, and for 11-year-old Sophie, Camp Latona promises bliss until she has to buddy up with a strange, unfriendly Jewish refugee girl named Ginette.


Short-listed for the Chocolate Lily Book Award, 2005

It’s summer 1950, and for 11-year-old French Canadian Sophie LaGrange, Camp Latona on British Columbia’s Gambier Island promises to be pure bliss. But then Sophie has to buddy up with a strange, unfriendly Jewish refugee girl named Ginette and things go sour. Soon Sophie learns that Ginette has her own secrets and anxieties, worries that explain the girl’s seemly bizarre behaviour.



Baker & Taylor
Eleven-year-old Sophie LaGrange's enthusiasm at spending the summer of 1950 at Camp Latona on Gambier Island is dampened by being paired with a disagreeable girl from a refugee camp in France and having to hide her "Star Girl" comics.

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Short-listed for the Chocolate Lily Book Award, 2005

It’s summer 1950, and for 11-year-old French Canadian Sophie LaGrange, Camp Latona on British Columbia’s Gambier Island promises to be pure bliss. But then Sophie has to buddy up with a strange, unfriendly Jewish refugee girl named Ginette and things go sour. Soon Sophie learns that Ginette has her own secrets and anxieties, worries that explain the girl’s seemly bizarre behaviour.



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ISBN: 9780888784490
088878449X
Characteristics: p. ; cm

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