Me and the pumpkin queen
Mildred's Guide to Growing a Giant Pumpkin
1. Get the right seeds. These days, no one grows a Pumpkin Show winner without Howard Dill's Atlantic Giant seeds.
2. Convince your dad that having a pumpkin patch in your backyard is a good idea.
3. Make sure that your dogs stay far, far away from your seedlings.
4. Don't let your busybody aunt interfere with your "pumpkin obsession," no matter how much she wishes you were interested in boys or clothes or anything other than pumpkins.
5. Find a best friend who can help out in a pinch.
6. Never, ever, ever give up.
Level 4.8, 4 Points
|Grouped Work ID||440f3fab-3ed8-1682-3c6c-2110d8b03cec|
|Grouping Title||me and the pumpkin queen|
|Grouping Author||kennedy marlane|
|Last Grouping Update||2019-07-02 04:48:56AM|
|Last Indexed||2019-09-23 04:52:13AM|
|detailed_location_arlington||Columbia Pike Kids Fiction|
|display_description||Although Aunt Arlene tries to interest her in clothing and growing up, ten-year-old Mildred is entirely focused on growing a pumpkin big enough to win the annual Circleville, Ohio, contest, as her mother dreamed of doing before she died.|
Arlington Public Library
Connection Crystal City
Aunts -- Juvenile fiction
Gardening -- Juvenile fiction
Grief -- Juvenile fiction
Pumpkin -- Juvenile fiction
Single-parent families -- Juvenile fiction
|title_display||Me and the pumpkin queen|
|title_full||Me and the pumpkin queen / by Marlane Kennedy|
|title_short||Me and the pumpkin queen|