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Philip Hall Likes Me, I Reckon Maybe (74 Edition)by Bette Greene
New York Times outstanding book of the year.
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Philip Hall is the cutest, smartest boy in the sixth grade, and Beth Lambert loves him. The fact that he beats her in classwork, sports, and almost everything else doesn't bother Beth at first. Then she realizes that Philip might be best because she's letting him beat her. Beth knows that she deserves to be Number One--and she's going to prove it! This funny, universal story of a girl learning that she matters in the world has delighted readers for over twenty years.
In this Newbery Honor winner, sixth grader Beth Lambert realizes that the reason Philip Hall beats her in classwork and sports might be because she's "letting" him beat her.
About the Author
Like Beth Lambert, Bette Greene grew up in a small town in Arkansas. Her first novel, Summer of My German Soldier, won unanimous critical acclaim and became an immediate best-seller. Bette Greene lives in Brookline, Massachusetts.
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