Kristy's Big Day by Ann Matthews Martin

By Ann Matthews Martin

Engaging as a bridesmaid in her mother's moment marriage ceremony, Kristy struggles with combined emotions approximately her new stepfather and wonders how her existence will swap, particularly whilst numerous new siblings are additional to the combo. Reissue.

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She said, as she, Dawn, David Michael, and Berk reached the end of our street. " asked David Michael warily. " yelped David Michael. " cried Berk. "That's just a story, a joke," Dawn told them. "No, it's true," Karen insisted. "This was a big kid. He's in eighth grade. He told me that a lot of people know about this, but they just don't want to believe it. " asked Berk. "Underground," said Karen. " said David Michael. "I'm not sure," replied Karen slowly. " asked Dawn. "No," said Karen firmly.

Ashley began to giggle, too, and after a while even Luke joined in. The usher ushered them outside. Stacey stood on the sidewalk, her cheeks flaming, and was never so relieved as when she saw the Pink Clinker cruising down the street. 57 She climbed into the car, her eyes blazing. " I asked, not sure I really wanted to know. "Ask her," Stacey said, glaring at Emma. Emma tried to tell me, but she began giggling again. Before I knew it, Ashley and Luke were giggling, too. Their laughter was contagious.

We'll see you this afternoon," she said to her children. I could tell that Mr. and Mrs. Fielding were having as much trouble leaving as their children were having letting them go. The adults walked around to the front of the house and piled into their cars. Katherine, Patrick, Maura, Tony, Beth, and Peter all began to cry. Andrew took stock of the situation and began to cry, too. Something else us baby-sitters didn't count on: seven crying children. "Quick, put on the rest of the nametags and divide into groups," I said.

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