In this sequel to Sara Pennypacker's acclaimed Clementine, the precocious third grader's class teams with the fourth graders to put on a talent show. The only problem is Clementine doesn't have any talents. Meanwhile her best friend Margaret has so many she has to keep track of them alphabetically. Soon the big night arrives and Clementine has nothing to perform. But she has a hidden skill that will save the show from certain disaster. "Libraries will need multiple copies of this one, because early chapter-book readers will jump at the chance to spend another eventful week with Clementine." -School Library Journal
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by Sara Pennypacker
by Margi Preus
by Estelle Laure
by David Ezra Stein
by Cynthia Lord
by Jennifer Allison
by Megan McDonald
"As Talentpaloosa: Night of the Stars approaches, Clementine panics. Unlike "that Margaret," Clementine's nemesis, or her friend Mitchell, Clementine is not sure she has a talent to share. So she gets creative to find one. Jessica Almasy narrates the school scene deftly--especially Clementine's commentary, not always shared, on what classmates say or teachers plan. Almasy excels at creating the all-knowing teacher, the cocky class clown, the exasperated principal, and the barely coping parents. And she shines as Clementine. Bottle-cap taps hammered into sneakers? An Elvis impersonation? Jessica Almasy sounds intense, animated, and totally involved in each one of Clementine's creative ideas and its humorous execution. A.R. (c) AudioFile 2007, Portland, Maine"
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