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Fledgling

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ISBN-10: 0064401219

ISBN-13: 9780064401210

Edition: 2002

Authors: Jane Langton, Langton

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If there's one thing Georgie Hall has always been, it's determined. So when her stepcousins Eleanor and Eddy tell her that she can't fly, Georgie doesn't get discouraged -- she just tries harder She feels a peculiar lightness when she leaps from the top of the staircase, and is even more certain of her seemingly impossible ability when she jumps from the porch and soars to the rooftop before landing safely on the ground. And now that a mysterious Canada goose is visiting Georgie's window on a nightly basis, the Hall family begins to wonder just what Georgie is capable of....
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Book details

List price: $8.99
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 1/22/2002
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 224
Size: 5.13" wide x 7.63" long x 0.45" tall
Weight: 0.286
Language: English

One of Penguin's top-selling mystery authors, Jane Langton is the author of fourteen other Homer Kelly mysteries.

The Present
Georgie
Wanting Things
The Bush House
Georgie Tries Again
The Expedition
Madeline Prawn
The Kind Interference of Mr. Preek
The Georgie Protection Society
Miss Prawn Beholds a Miracle
Dorothea Brings the Word
At Last
Eddy Keeps His Eyes and Ears Open
Miss Prawn and the Saintly Child
Target Practice
The Cudgel of Friendship
A Present from Georgie
Flyyyyyyyyyyy!
Tiny Springs and Little Wheels
Fledgling No Longer
Ralph Preek Tracks His Prey
Eleanor Has a Birthday
Miss Prawn Leans In Again
Mr. Preek Takes Deadly Aim
The Humiliation of Mr. Preek
Aunt Alex Takes No Chances
A Playmate for Georgie
Miss Prawn Keeps Her Eyes Peeled
Too Big for Flying
A Fair Exchange
The Cleverness of Georgie
Another Chance for Mr. Preek
Farewell
The Present Disappears
The Present at Last