Gracie LaRoo is famous, especially to her alma mater! But when they ask her to come to speak to the students, Gracie is more than a little nervous. Sure enough, the minute she arrives, she encounters the tough headteacher that used to be hard on her back in her schooldays and then a coach who thinks synchronized swimming is a joke. The worst, though, is finding out she has to speak in front of an entire auditorium of unruly piglets. Will Gracie be able to keep her cool, remember she's a star and make it through the day?
This is Book 1 in the Gracie Laroo Series. See all Gracie Laroo books here.
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Marsha Qualey is the author of many books for readers young and old. Though she learned to swim when she was very young, she says she has never tried any of the moves and spins Gracie does so well.More about Marsha Qualey
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going, whilst habitually whistling, or twiddling her hair. She prefers to draw with crayons to produce
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