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Judy Moody Goes to College

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  • An appended glossary defines terms such as geck, roomie, ‘rents, and sick-awesome. Penned with expression and verve, Reynolds’ ink drawings illustrate this amusing addition to the Judy Moody series.
    –Booklist

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