Judy Delton

Judy Delton

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Mrs. Peters, the Pee Wee Scouts leader, will show her troop how to bake cookies today. And next week they're going skating. But Molly has never baked or skated. What if she isn't good enough to earn a badge?...

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Although Angel loves her little brother, Rags, dearly, the constant responsibility of caring for him weighs heavily on her young shoulders. These tales of the trials and tribulations of ten-year-old Angel O'Leary are guaranteed to win many fans. A master at creating short, amusing episodes, Judy Delton writes about ordinary children in a manner often compared to Beverly Cleary, and Carolyn Haywood. Booklist described Angel as, "a flesh-and-blood child whom readers will take to their hearts. Each little jewel of a chapter is an episode unto itself, and Delton's handling of this format is reminiscent of Eleanor Estes' fine work."...

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With the excitement of her mother getting married and having a baby, Angel is ready for a nice long summer at home in Elm City, Wisconsin. But another change is brewing for poor Angel. Her stepfather is taking the family to Greece to meet their new grandparents. Angel will have to get on a plane and fly over the ocean to a foreign land - will she have to use one of those airsick bags on the plane? Will there be anything to eat in Greece besides those little fish with their heads on? How will she understand her grandparents? And, most important, will Angel ever make it back home or will her stepfather want the family to stay in Greece forever? Back by popular demand, here is another fast-paced, hilarious adventure for that much-loved character, Angel. Change isn't always easy, but even worrywart Angel just may spread her wings a little as she learns that home is where the heart is....

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August is Help-A-Pet Month, so the Pee Wee Scouts head for the local animal shelter to walk the dogs and hug the cats. Then Molly gets a great idea for a fund-raising rummage sale that will help all the pets and all the Pee Wees, too....

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The Pee Wee Scouts sell donuts so they can go camping for a weekend. Molly is excited about swimming and hiking and singing around a campfire. But on their first night at camp the scouts hear a very scary voice calling out. Could it be a tiger . . . or maybe a ghost?...

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As Thanksgiving rolls around, the Pee Wee Scouts get ready to celebrate. They make food baskets for the poor and they visit a turkey farm. At the townhall, they even perform a play....

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"Rat's knees!" said Molly Duff. "School starts tomorrow."

Luckily, the Pee Wee Scouts have a meeting the next day. That's when they find out about the big surprise ahead.

At the Pee Wee weenie roast, their Scout leader, Mrs. Peters, tells them about a football game coming up. A Pee Wee football game. "We're going to play against Troop 15 from Oakdale," she says.

"Yeah!" cheers Roger White. "We'll win!"

Every day, under blue skies, the Pee Wees practice hard. Rachel cheers. Roger tries. But Sonny just wants french fries. Team spirit is what it takes.

Can Troop 23 win the big game?...


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Molly is discouraged when her parents chaperon an overnight field trip to a museum, until a valuable artifact goes missing, and the Pee-Wee scouts suspect that a sinister guest at their hotel is the thief. ...

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It's almost Easter and the Pee Wee Scouts are getting ready for the big Easter egg hunt. Everyone is having fun dying eggs and learning about fire safety, too. But on the day of the hunt things don't go as planned and the Easter eggs go flying!...

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It is Halloween, and that means fun, fun, fun for all the Pee Wee Scouts. Then Molly Duff hears the big Halloween costume party will be held at a home for senior citizens where her grandfather lives. He is so grumpy that Molly is afraid he will ruin all the fun....

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"Wedding bells are ringing for Angel"s mom—and Angel takes charge when she feels that her mother isn"t preparing properly. A funny story about a contemporary dilemma, in which ordinary events are wed to extraordinary twists." —School Library Journal, starred review...






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