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American Girl Today #3: Marisol
American Girl Today Series Book #3 of 3
Author: Gary Soto

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Published on January 1, 2005
Age Group: 8 - 12 years
Reading Level: AR: 4.4 (3.0 Points, Quiz #106185)
GLE: 3.7
DRA: 34
Lexile® measure: 690L

Meet Marisol Luna, a girl who was born to dance. The family is moving to the Chicago suburbs, and Marisol learns that her new neighborhood doesn't have a dance studio. Instead of giving up, resourceful Marisol is determined to keep dancing. With the help of two friends, she figures out a way to combine her old world with a renewed commitment to stretch and try her hardest.

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147 pages. List price $6.95
ISBN-10: 1584859725
ISBN-13: 9781584859727
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