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Climax Public Library J PAK (Text) 33500011864162 Main Available -

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  • ISBN: 1590789350 (hardback)
  • ISBN: 9781590789353 (hardback)
  • Physical Description: 170 pages : illustrations ; 19 cm.
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  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: Honesdale, Pennsylvania : Boyds Mills Press, an imprint of HIghlights, 2013

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General Note: Includes sneak preview of Last-but-not-least book two: Lola and the wild chickens
Summary, etc.: Lola Zuckerman hates being last for everything. If only she were Lola Adams or Lola Appleby or anything but Z for Zuckerman. And she is having a particularly hard time right now. Her best friend Amanda Anderson is now her ex-best friend. Her grandparents have moved back to Texas, and her mother is launching a new career. Why is everything always changing? What would make things much, much better is if Lola were to win the Going-Green Contest at school and beat Amanda Anderson, who is determined to win first place too. How can Lola, who is always last, prove that she's not least?
Author Notes

Christine Pakkala grew up in Idaho and studied English and Journalism at the University of Idaho before heading east to attend the Iowa Writers Workshop (MFA, Poetry Writing, 1993). She was a Fulbright Scholar in 1994 in Helsinki, Finland, where she translated modern Finnish poetry. She has taught seventh and ninth grade English at Horace Mann. Last-But-Not-Least-Lola: Going Green is Christine's debut middle-grade novel. She lives in Westport, CT.

Paul Hoppe is a New York-based illustrator, designer, and author who enjoys venturing into a variety of fields. He works in Editorial Illustration, Children's Books, Comics, Advertising, Graphic Design, and in the summers he teaches at the School of Visual Arts. He is the author-illustrator of two picture books and the illustrator for several other picture books and young adult books. His work regularly appears in the New York Times and the New Yorker. Born in Poland and raised in Germany, he lives in Brooklyn, NY.

Subject: Schools
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Schools Juvenile fiction
Contests Juvenile fiction
Genre: Juvenile works.
Fiction.
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