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Published by Henry Holt and Co. in New York .
Written in English


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Edition Notes

StatementLynne Jonell ; art by Jonathan Bean.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPZ7.J675 Ent 2008
The Physical Object
Pagination358 p. :
Number of Pages358
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23121690M
ISBN 100805081518
ISBN 109780805081510
LC Control Number2007041956
OCLC/WorldCa182721219

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EMMY AND THE HOME FOR TROUBLED GIRLS 1 EMMY ADDISON was an ordinary girl--almost. She had straight dark hair, skinny legs with a scrape on one knee, and no particular talent that she knew of. If you didn't count the fact READ THE FULL EXCERPT →. Get this from a library! Emmy and the home for troubled girls. [Lynne Jonell; Jonathan Bean] -- "Emmy Addison was an ordinary girl - almost. If you didn't count the fact that her parents were rich (very), her best friend was a boy (and a soccer star), and she could talk to rodents (and they. Get this from a library! Emmy and the Home for Troubled Girls. [Lynne Jonell; Jonathan Bean] -- The evil nanny Miss Barmy, now a rat, has trapped five of her former charges, and when she uses them to steal jewels belonging to Emmy's parents, it . Emmy and the Home for Troubled Girls (Emmy and the Rat) has 5 reviews and 4 ratings. Reviewer otter wrote: Okay, this one is even better then the first. So Mrs. Barmy's gone, and Emmy's safe, right? Not right. That nasty nanny has a plan And it is going to be hard to stop her. TO top it all off, Emmy wants to have friends in the human world, and it 5/5(4).

Emmy Addison and her friends Joe (a boy) and Raston (a magic rat) return in this whirlwind sequel that picks up weeks after Emmy and the Incredible Shrinking Rat () ended. School's out and Emmy wants to avoid her new rodent pals and "do regular ten-year-old things," so she can start fifth grade with lots of friends. But when her former nanny, the devious, despicable . Emmy and the Home for Troubled Girls: Emmy Addison was an ordinary girl—almost. If you didn’t count the fact that her parents were rich (very), her best friend was a boy (and a soccer star), and she could talk to rodents (and they talked back), she was very ordinary indeed. Emmy and her new gang of friends have the challenge of rescuing "little" girls from the dreaded Home For Troubled Girls. Though Emmy and her friends go through some difficult times together in the end they come together stronger than before. We were dissappointed by how the ending of the story wraps up missing some important details/5(13). "The image that sparked Emmy and the Home for Troubled Girls was a wooden cane. "In the original book, Emmy 's horrible nanny, Miss Barmy, carries a cane intricately carved with the faces of little girls. Miss Barmy once told Emmy that they were the faces of girls she had 'taken care of, ' and she was saving a blank patch on it for Emmy 's face.