What's the matter with Herbie Jones?
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New York : Putnam, c1986.
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111 pages : ill. ; 21 cm.
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4.5
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Russell Public LibraryJ KliOn Shelf
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Book
Language
English
ISBN
0399213155 :
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Level 3.3, 2 Points

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Children's Catalog (Wilson)
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When Herbie Jones gets the dreaded girl disease and becomes lovesick for Annabelle Hodgekiss, it threatens to break up his friendship with his good pal Raymond.
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4.5,Dale-Chall Formula
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3-6,Follett Library Resources
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4.5,Follett Library Book Co.
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3-6
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Accelerated Reader,3.3 purple,2.0

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APA Citation (style guide)

Kline, S., & Williams, R. (1986). What's the matter with Herbie Jones? New York: Putnam.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide)

Kline, Suzy and Richard Williams. 1986. What's the Matter With Herbie Jones? New York: Putnam.

Chicago / Turabian - Humanities Citation (style guide)

Kline, Suzy and Richard Williams, What's the Matter With Herbie Jones? New York: Putnam, 1986.

MLA Citation (style guide)

Kline, Suzy., and Richard Williams. What's the Matter With Herbie Jones? New York: Putnam, 1986. Print.

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