Shoeshine Girl

Shoeshine Girl

Book - 1992
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Determined to earn some money, ten-year-old Sarah Ida gets a job at a shoe shine stand and learns a great many things besides shining shoes.
Publisher: New York : HarperCollins, [1992], 1975
ISBN: 9780690048308
0690048300
Branch Call Number: Ju F Bul
Additional Contributors: Grant, Leigh

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lyuba22
Jun 07, 2014

love this book so much i really like Sarah Ida alot

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muffinpopcorn
Oct 02, 2012

very good book , fast read but still has depth to the story. Interesting how the girl changed in her persective once she gave of herself to help the shoeshine man and got to know him through working with him. And she learned values.

kattyw Aug 13, 2012

It's very attractive book. I love it because the figures in this book is the exact mirrior of realistic parents and children. It deserves deep thinking how we get along with our children.

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