A Spy Among the Girls

A Spy Among the Girls

Phyllis Reynolds Naylor / Dec 14, 2019

A Spy Among the Girls Valentine s Day is coming up and love is in the air between Beth Malloy and Josh Hatford When they are spotted holding hands Josh tells his teasing brothers that he s simply spying on the girls to se

  • Title: A Spy Among the Girls
  • Author: Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
  • ISBN: 9780440413905
  • Page: 239
  • Format: Paperback
  • Valentine s Day is coming up and love is in the air between Beth Malloy and Josh Hatford When they are spotted holding hands, Josh tells his teasing brothers that he s simply spying on the girls to see what they re plotting next When Caroline Malloy decides she must know what it s like to fall in love, too, poor Wally Hatford is in for it Meanwhile, big sister Eddie couValentine s Day is coming up and love is in the air between Beth Malloy and Josh Hatford When they are spotted holding hands, Josh tells his teasing brothers that he s simply spying on the girls to see what they re plotting next When Caroline Malloy decides she must know what it s like to fall in love, too, poor Wally Hatford is in for it Meanwhile, big sister Eddie couldn t care less about that mushy stuff All she cares about is her sixth grade science fair project But when she comes up with a great plan, Josh and Jake Hatford horn in on her project On the day the plan goes into action, little do the boys know that Eddie has a trick up her sleeve And with daredevil Caroline s amazing attention getting stunt, trouble is sure to follow Get ready, the Malloys and Hatfords are at it again

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      • Phyllis Reynolds Naylor

        Phyllis Reynolds Naylor was born in Anderson, Indiana, US on January 4, 1933.Her family were strongly religious with conservative, midwestern values and most of her childhood was spent moving a lot due to her father s occupation as a salesman.Though she grew up during the Depression and her family did not have a lot of money, Naylor stated that she never felt poor because her family owned good books Her parents enjoyed reading stories to the children her father would imitate the characters in Huckleberry Finn and Tom Sawyer and her mother read to them every evening, almost until we were old enough to go out on dates, though we never would have admitted this to anyone By the time Phyllis reached fifth grade, writing books was her favorite hobby and she would rushed home from school each day to write down whatever plot had been forming in her head at sixteen her first story was published in a local church magazine.Phyllis has written over 80 books for children and young people One of these books, Shiloh, was awarded the Newbery Medal in 1992, was named a Notable Children s Book by the American Library Association and was also Young Adult Choice by the International Reading Association.Naylor gets her ideas from things that happen to her or from things she has read Shiloh was inspired by a little abused dog she and her husband found The little dog haunted her so much that she had to write a story about him to get it out of her mind.


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    1. خيلى حس عالى اى داره، خوندن كتابايى كه تو ايران ترجمه نشده ن! عالى بود، حتى بهترين كتاب اين مجموعه بود :)) :ط دوباره هوس كردم همه شونو بخونم :-" + به eBook ايمان بياوريد. :>


    2. When Caroline's older sister Beth is in love Caroline feels she must too. She chooses Wally Hatford and when he says he definitely does not like her she pulls a prank that gets both families in big trouble. Caroline is a 9 year old actor so there is lots of drama included. This was a funny exiting book.


    3. This book does include the Malloy girls arguing with and disrespecting their parents about a decision they made, but other than that this book is cute and I like getting to see more involving some of the other kids besides just Caroline and Wally.


    4. The Malloy sisters, Eddie (Edith Ann), Beth and Caroline have a love/hate relationship going on with the Hatford brothers, Wally, Jake, Josh and Peter ala the famous feud: Hatfields vs. McCoys. Beth and Josh are 'in love' even though not one of these seven kids is beyond 6th grade. Schemes are concocted, plans go awry and trouble brews when their collective heads come up with hair-brained ideas that get the whole lot into a ton of trouble. Both sets of parents forbid the siblings from having any [...]


    5. It's the season of love, with Valentine's just around the corner. Beth Malloy and Josh Hatford are in love, to the disgust and suspicion of their siblings, so to cover things up, Josh pretends to be doing it in order to spy on the girls. Other hijinks include a gullibility test, sightings of the abaguchie, and a final crackdown by the two families' parents, forbidding the boys and girls to see each other, in an attempt to cut down on the craziness. This fails of course, because the two lovebirds [...]


    6. Thoroughly and completely enjoyed this series, which I read to my daughters through Nov & Dec at bedtime. Love, love, love Phyllis Reynolds Naylor for elementary aged readers. Love, love, love this series for the Brady-bunch era of hijinx between children Love, love, love that neither the boys nor the girls are clear-case winners of the "war", though, my daughters do believe there was a winner. Whole-heartedly recommend as a family read and to all elementary-aged readers.


    7. Best One YetWho says enemies can't become friends or even more? I really think this book of the boy/girl battle was the best. I think it's just funny and thoughtful, and it reminds me of when I was young. You are never too old to read a "young adult" book. I think they are so much fun.


    8. Awesomest book everthis book is a really good book with thrills and do much more I like this book because it brings back abaguchie a lot more and I am so loving this whole series because they can relate to girls and boys.


    9. This book is about a group of boys and girls who love to mess around.They get in trouble together.They like to hang out together.One day though this creature starts to show up in town and that's when some trouble starts for the town and the kids themselves.


    10. I mean it was good no doubt about it. Good characters nice story and all. It just was not my favorite book in the world is all.



    11. What i think about this book is it was funny and a little bit boring.But it a nice book for kids to read that are age 11,12,13 but not for people that are age 9 and 10.




    12. Great little series for girls. Don't need to be read in order.This time love is in the air during Valentine's Day. The girls play a hoax on the boys to find out if girls or boys are more gullible.



    13. Fun, kids will enjoy it. I remember loving these books when I was in middle school. I started rereading s couple to see if its something my kids would enjoy or not.



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