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    Play It Again, Mallory
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    By: Laurie Friedman Illustrated By: Jennifer Kalis
    Series: Mallory
    ISBN-13: 978-0-7613-6075-9
    AR Quiz #: 159008
    AR Points: 2.00
    ATOS Level: 4.60
    Guided Reading: O
    Lexile Level: 730
    SRC Reading Level: 4.5
    Pages: 160
    Trim Size: 5 1/2 x 7 5/16
    Dewey: [Fic]
    Reading Grade Level: 3
    Interest Grade Level: 2-5
    Ages: 7-11
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    DESCRIPTION Laurie Friedman
    Mallory is excited about the six-week arts electives program at Fern Falls Elementary—until she gets stuck in her last-choice class, band. To make matters worse, she is assigned to the tuba, and when she plays, it sounds more like passing gas than music. She dreads the showcase at the end of the program. But with some good guidance from her mom and her band teacher, Mallory learns the meaning of "practice makes perfect" and that, in fact, making music can be lots of fun!

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    • * Intel Celeron 2.0 GHz CPU
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    Book Features
    Author Biography, Black-and-White Illustrations, Free Online Content, Original Artwork, Table of Contents
    About the Author
    Laurie Friedman is the author of the popular Mallory series, The Mostly Miserable Life of April Sinclair series, and many award-winning picture books. She lives in Florida.
    About the Illustrator
    Jennifer Kalis is the illustrator of several Mallory books including Mallory's Super SleepoverMallory in the Spotlight, and Mallory Goes Green! She lives in Ohio.
    Other Reviews
    "Mallory's emotions are clearly expressed in the first-person narrative and the many grayscale illustrations." —Booklist Online