The Feester Filibuster Pearl Harbor got bombed Rachel thought John Alan did it He did not That s how John Alan Feester sums up what happened in The Rachel Resistance In The Feester Filibuster which tells his side of the st

  • Title: The Feester Filibuster
  • Author: Molly Levite Griffis
  • ISBN: 9781571686947
  • Page: 195
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pearl Harbor got bombed Rachel thought John Alan did it He did not.That s how John Alan Feester sums up what happened in The Rachel Resistance In The Feester Filibuster, which tells his side of the story, John Alan shows he s not a spy at all even though he does a lot of spying to prove it Spies may or may not lurk in the shadows, but mysteries still abound in Apache,Pearl Harbor got bombed Rachel thought John Alan did it He did not.That s how John Alan Feester sums up what happened in The Rachel Resistance In The Feester Filibuster, which tells his side of the story, John Alan shows he s not a spy at all even though he does a lot of spying to prove it Spies may or may not lurk in the shadows, but mysteries still abound in Apache, Oklahoma A package holding an angel begins to tell the untold story behind John Alan s mother The previously silent Simon Green begins talking and can t seem to stop and in the process reveals a secret about himself And everyone keeps watch on whether blue stars turn to gold in the windows of residents like Mrs Snow.

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    1. gr 4-8 219pgs1941 Oklahoma. At first, fifth grader John Alan feels that the war far away and doesn't have much to do with him. He's not even sure he could find Pearl Harbor on a map. While people living on either coast might worry about being invaded, John Alan doesn't think that people in Oklahoma have much to worry about. As the war continues on, John Alan starts noticing changes in his everyday life: rationing, blackouts, paper drives, and more and more blue stars appear in neighbors' windows [...]

    2. This sequel to "The Rachel Resistance" is told from John Alan Feester's viewpoint. Griffis skillfully reveals this arch-enemy and spy is really a good kid with a family secret that no one must know about. Good story for dealing with family situations.

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