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Sprinkle Sundays

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Sprinkle Sundays

Sprinkle Sundays

Books in this series

by Coco Simon - Fiction, Friendship
Allie, Sierra and Tamiko have been best friends since kindergarten. Now Allie’s parents are divorced and Allie has moved one town away. She can still see her friends but she no longer goes to the same middle school. But when Allie’s mom decides to fulfill her lifelong dream and open up an ice cream shop, Allie has an idea. Maybe she and her friends can work in the shop every Sunday! It’s a way for them to stay in touch every week and have fun --- that is, of course, until they actually start working.
 
by Coco Simon - Fiction, Friendship
Now that the girls all work at the ice cream shop on Sundays, Allie sees her friends’ jobs through a different lens. If they mess up the cash register by a few dollars Tamiko simply shrugs, but Allie knows that by the end of the week all those little misses can add up. She doesn’t want to be their boss, but somehow she needs to figure out a way to make sure she’s part of a team that can see things from her perspective, too. She just has to do it before the cracks in the cone melt their friendship.
by Coco Simon - Children's, Children's 8-12, Contemporary Fiction, Fiction

Sierra does lots of things. She’s captain of the softball team, the director of the school play and she’s on Student Council, but her favorite thing to do is work at the ice cream shop with her best friends Tamiko and Allie. But when her parents decide to foster three kittens and their mama, Sierra’s life gets a lot more catty! Can Sierra do it all --- and maybe find homes for the cats, too?

by Coco Simon - Children's, Children's 8-12, Fiction, Friendship, Youth Fiction

Tamiko and Sierra can’t stop talking about the dance coming up at their school. There’s a dance coming up at Allie’s school too, but it’s not the same without having her two BFFs with her for support. Two friends, two dances, two schools --- Allie is sandwiched in the middle everywhere! Can the girls figure out a way for all of them to feel like they are part of a crew again?