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When Sophie's family moves from New York City to West Virginia, she not only has to leave her friends and the city and library she loves so much, but she has to figure out what will happen when she discovers that there is no library in her new town. But when she discovers something called a bookmobile and other new treasures, all is right with the world.



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Date de parution 11 décembre 2019
Nombre de lectures 7
EAN13 9781950895847
Langue English
Poids de l'ouvrage 1 Mo

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Sophie & the Bookmobile
Kathleen M. Jacobs
First Edition Published November 2019
Skippy Creek
Imprint of Jan-Carol Publishing, Inc.
Cover Design and Illustrations: Ashley Teets
Author Photo: Glenn Studio
All rights reserved
Copyright © 2019 by Kathleen M. Jacobs
This is a work of fiction. Any resemblance to actual persons,
either living or dead is entirely coincidental. All names, characters
and events are the product of the author’s imagination.
This book may not be reproduced in whole or part, in any manner
whatsoever without written permission, with the exception of brief
quotations within book reviews or articles.
E-ISBN: 978-1-950895-84-7
Library of Congress Control Number: 2019954600
You may contact the publisher:
Jan-Carol Publishing, Inc.
PO Box 701
Johnson City, TN 37605

For all bookmobile librarians who have delivered magic
not only on motor vehicles, but on bicycles, boats, trains,
elephants, camels, horses, mules, and donkeys—thank you.

Also by Kathleen M. Jacobs
Honeysuckle Holiday
Marble Town
Collected Curiosities: Poems, Essays, & Opinions
Please Close It!
The Puppeteer of Objects: A Lyrical Poem
Betsy Blossom Brown

To the Reader
When my family moved from St. Louis to the Appalachian region when I was coming- of-age, I was devastated that the public library was not within walking distance of our new home. And then, I discovered something called a bookmobile. Every week, as I anticipated its arrival in our small town, my imagination soared. I can close my eyes and hear the hum from its engine as it approached the top of the steep hill, smell the intoxicating ink on the pages of the books, and taste the peppermint candy that the librarian handed to each of us as we exited with our treasures. Its magic will remain with me forever.

Chapter 1
W hat did you say?” Sophie Hunter asked as her mother filled and taped the last box of books from Sophie’s room. She labeled it SH: BOOKS with a hunter green marker, Sophie’s favorite color. Sophie stopped in her tracks, frozen as if she had just been hypnotized; she refused to believe not only what her mother had said, but that it had any truth to it at all. It reminded her of the time her best friend, Pepper (who called Sophie “Salt” all the time), told her that her new best friend was a boy. A boy?! Sophie couldn’t believe what Pepper had said, any more than she could believe what she thought she had just heard her mother say.

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