11 Birthdays

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Click for availability and more information 11 Birthdays, by Wendy Mass

Amanda is dreading her 11th birthday. She and her best friend Leo were born on the same day and shared their parties since they were one year old. But the best friends had a falling out at her 10th birthday and haven't spoken since. So Amanda is dreading the separate parties, the gymnastic tryouts and everything happening on her birthday because she knows it will be awful....and it is. When she wakes up the day after her birthday, she discovers she is starting the same day over again...and again...and again...and so is Leo. They are the only two trapped in repeating this same day until they figure out what can be done to begin a new day. 4th grade to middle school readers will enjoy these two characters, their funny and daring adventures, and the story behind the enchantment of having to repeat the same day over and over again.

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