The Secret at the Polk Street School by Patricia Reilly Giff

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The Secret at the Polk Street School

To help her class win the school contest, Dawn Bosco will have to find the person who is trying to ruin their play, Little Red Riding Hood
 
Ms. Rooney’s second-grade class is determined to win the school contest by putting on a surprise play. Dawn Bosco will play Little Red Riding Hood, and Jason Bazyk will be the Big Bad Wolf.
 
But someone is trying to ruin everything. First, Dawn hears a scary voice backstage. Then, the wolf suit goes missing. Dawn has to get to the bottom of the mystery in order to save the play and win the prize.
 
This ebook features an illustrated biography of Patricia Reilly Giff including rare photos from the author’s personal collection.
'“In uncommon sympathy with her audience, Giff gets right to the heart of grade-schoolers’ priorities.” —Publishers Weekly “Handling difficult subjects with sensitivity is Mrs. Giff’s specialty.” —The New York Times “Just the stuff for reluctant or newly independent readers.” —School Library Journal “Giff writes about the concerns of second and third graders with a sure hand.” —School Library Journal “An affectionate picture of lower elementary students making their way through the ups and downs of classroom life.” —Booklist'
To help her class win the school contest, Dawn Bosco will have to find the person who is trying to ruin their play, Little Red Riding Hood
 
Ms. Rooney’s second-grade class is determined to win the school contest by putting on a surprise play. Dawn Bosco will play Little Red Riding Hood, and Jason Bazyk will be the Big Bad Wolf.
 
But someone is trying to ruin everything. First, Dawn hears a scary voice backstage. Then, the wolf suit goes missing. Dawn has to get to the bottom of the mystery in order to save the play and win the prize.
 
This ebook features an illustrated biography of Patricia Reilly Giff including rare photos from the author’s personal collection.
'“In uncommon sympathy with her audience, Giff gets right to the heart of grade-schoolers’ priorities.” —Publishers Weekly “Handling difficult subjects with sensitivity is Mrs. Giff’s specialty.” —The New York Times “Just the stuff for reluctant or newly independent readers.” —School Library Journal “Giff writes about the concerns of second and third graders with a sure hand.” —School Library Journal “An affectionate picture of lower elementary students making their way through the ups and downs of classroom life.” —Booklist'
Publisher: Open Road Media Young Readers ISBN: 9781453220412 Pages: 74