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Scarlett Fever Book Review

Scarlett Martin's life is hectic in Scarlett Fever by Maureen Johnson, the sequel to Suite Scarlett. Back to Article

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chickenlover99
chickenlover99 wrote:
2010-04-23 09:40:51 -0700

good book lookes like truly u should read double identity by margaret petterson haddix really good

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bikergirl1
bikergirl1 wrote:
2010-04-22 09:40:01 -0700

sounds interesting

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