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Editorial Reviews

The first entry in the Main Street series by Ann M. Martin (The Baby-Sitters’ Club) introduces us to Flora and Ruby, two preteen sisters who move to Camden Falls to live with their grandmother after the death of their parents.

Given a rounded, youthful-sounding performance by Ariadne Meyers, Welcome to Camden Falls follows these grieving sisters as they make new friends, including next-door neighbor Olivia, and Nikki, who comes from a rougher part of town.

Meyers brings Martin’s rich cast of characters to life with an array of voices and is convincing in her portrayals of both young and old characters.

Publisher's Summary

Flora and Ruby do not want to move to Camden Falls. But they don't really have a choice - their parents are dead and their grandmother, Min, is taking them in. Min runs a sewing store, Needle & Thread, at the heart of Main Street in Camden Falls. There, Flora and Ruby become friends with Olivia, who likes to organize things, and Nikki, who lives on the wrong side of the tracks. Even if Flora and Ruby never expected it to, Camden Falls becomes their home.
©2007 Ann M. Martin (P)2007 Scholastic Inc.

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