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Welcome back to Lancaster County, and join lovable and outrageously rambunctious eleven-year-old Rachel Yoder, as she learns an important lesson about happiness. New from bestselling author Wanda E. Brunstetter is another winner in the Rachel Yoder-Always Trouble Somewhere series. Your kids will join eleven-year-old Rachel on her next adventure, as she experiences a case of the grumpies when things don't go her way and she eventually learns an important lesson about happiness.
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ISBN: 9781628361698
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