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The new house that was built across the street from Sal Fisher's was different--different from any other house in Brookdale--and Sal didn't like it. When its owners move in, they were different too, and Sal wasn't sure she liked them either. She and her friend Nancy hoped the girl, Mia, wouldn't join their Brownie troop.When, in addition to all this, Sal's mother took a teThe new house that was built across the street from Sal Fisher's was different--different from any other house in Brookdale--and Sal didn't like it. When its owners move in, they were different too, and Sal wasn't sure she liked them either. She and her friend Nancy hoped the girl, Mia, wouldn't join their Brownie troop.When, in addition to all this, Sal's mother took a teaching job at the high school and Sal had to start doing many things for herself, things looked pretty dismal.But Sal found that Mia, who seemed different, had some good new ideas to offer her and the other Brownies. And Sal learned that looking after herself could be fun. When spring came, she was surprised to see how much she had grown up, and how much Mia had helped her in the process.A lively, readable story about a group of lively, likable girls.Second in the Sal Fisher series....

Title : Sal Fisher's Fly-Up Year: A Brownie Scout Story
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ISBN : 2222270
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 214 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Sal Fisher's Fly-Up Year: A Brownie Scout Story Reviews

  • Theresa
    2018-11-28 17:57

    One title in a series of three about Sal Fisher and Girl Scouting. This one has Sal in her second year as a Brownie Scout. Sal's got problems: she and her neighbor-best friend, Nancy, have been split up in the 4th grade homerooms, strange new neighbors have moved in across her street, the new girl is school is becoming too friendly with Nancy, her parents are pressuring her to attend Girl Scout Camp, and worst of all, her mother is going back to work as a school teacher and won't be at home after school.A very good read about friendship, solving problems, facing disappointments, and Girl Scouting. It's a little dated in some thought and ideas, but it was written in 1957.I really enjoyed this book, maybe because I was a Girl Scout. The other books are "Sal Fisher, Brownie Scout" and "Sal Fisher at Girl Scout Camp". These stories are sure to bring back memories if you were ever involved with Girl Scouting.

  • Erin
    2018-11-26 17:04

    Sought this out after my love for Melissa Moore's copy of Sal Fisher at Girl Scout Camp. Re-read October 2002.