The Teashop Girls

The Teashop Girls

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Fourteen-year-old Annie, along with her two best friends, tries desperately to save her grandmother's beloved, old-fashioned teashop in Madison, Wisconsin, while she also learns to accept the inevitability of change in life. Includes proverbs, quotations, and brief stories about tea, as well as recipes
Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, 2008
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9781416967941
141696794X
9781416967934
1416967931
Branch Call Number: JR HIGH FIC Schaefer, L 2008
Characteristics: 250 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Additional Contributors: Rim, Sujean - Illustrator
Alternative Title: Tea Shop Girls

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Amanda Gajraj
Jul 22, 2016

Amanda Gajraj thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 13 and 17

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ACPenner
Jul 07, 2015

ACPenner thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 8 and 15

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Torstad
Jul 13, 2014

Torstad thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 11 and 14

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helengraace
Apr 07, 2012

helengraace thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 12 and 16

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catenhoope
Aug 21, 2017

it was a very cute story

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julia_sedai
Feb 03, 2017

A cute story about a 13-year-old girl who loves tea, her best friends, and her grandma's tea shop. I am glad that below someone said to read it even if you're an adult. I did like it (I'm 26) because of all the tea stuff in there, and the characters were likable. However, I probably would have enjoyed it more as a teen and definitely recommend it to teens.

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Amanda Gajraj
Jul 22, 2016

I LOVED THIS BOOK!!! IT WAS AWESOME!!! READ AND U WILL BE AMAZED!! I LUV ANNIE, ZOE AND GENNA!!IF I RATED THIS BOOK IT WOULD BE A 11/10
i just find the argument between annie and genna was too young for them, only little girls act that way and for grade 8... :(

emckenzie Aug 18, 2014

Even as an adult in her mid twenties I found I was able to relate to some of the struggles experienced in this book so don't pass over it if you are a bit older. The plot isn't particularly complicated or dark and the random tea time recipes and tea flyers add a special touch to this book as do the descriptions of the different teas. I really liked the ending!

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Amanda Gajraj
Jul 22, 2016

Annie, Zoe and Genna, three BFF's are growing up. They are all now 14 years old. Annie, the main character, has a Granny, who owns a tea shop. Annie really wants to be hired to work there.But sadly,the shop is running out of money and costumers!! This book is about how "The Teashop Girls" as Granny Louisa calls them have to save the shop before becomes lost forever. Will they save the Teashop in time?

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