A Girl Called Al

A Girl Called Al

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A seventh-grade girl, her slightly fat girl friend, Al, and the assistant superintendent of their apartment building form a mutually needed friendship with the usual--and a few unusual--joys and sorrows.
Publisher: New York : Viking Press, \1969\
ISBN: 9780140347869
0140347860
Branch Call Number: J FICTION Greene Constanc
Characteristics: 127 p. :,ill. ;,22 cm.
Additional Contributors: Barton, Byron

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nkontrol May 01, 2013

So far, I really like this book.

jeanner222 Aug 23, 2012

Another old favorite from my childhood!

Alexandra just moved into the apartment building. She is our nameless narrator's new best friend. Al is a self-proclaimed nonconformist, from her pigtails to her fractured family (divorce). Al is intelligent and needs companionship. With our narrator, Al finds a friend and a sense of home.

After all of these years, this is still a charming story.

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nkontrol May 01, 2013

Two besties deal with life.

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