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Ann Matthews Martin (born August 12, 1955) is an American children's fiction writer, known best for The Baby-Sitters Club series. Ann Matthews Martin grew up in Princeton, New Jersey

Ann Matthews Martin (born August 12, 1955) is an American children's fiction writer, known best for The Baby-Sitters Club series. Ann Matthews Martin grew up in Princeton, New Jersey. Her mother's ancestry can be traced back to the pilgrims who traveled on the Mayflower in 1620. She had one younger sister, Jane.

Ann Mathews Martin was born on August 12, 1955 in Princeton, New Jersey. She received a degree in elementary education and psychology from Smith College. She is the author of several series including the Baby-sitters Club series, Baby-Sitters Little Sister series, California Diaries series, and Main Street series. Her other works include Ten Kids No Pets, Here Today, On Christmas Eve, and Rain Reign. Библиографические данные.

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Redirected from Needle and Thread). Main Street is a children's novel series by Ann M. Martin aiming at age group 8–12. It was published between 2007 and 2011. The story revolves around two sisters, Ruby and Flora Northrop, who move to the small town Camden Falls to live with their grandmother after the sudden death of their parents.

Autumn comes to Camden Falls -- bringing new friends, new teachers, new worries, and new challenges. It's autumn in Camden Falls, and Flora and Ruby are just starting to settle into the town. Flora is worried about spending the first Thanksgiving without their parents. Ruby is worried about getting a part in her school musical. And their new friends, Olivia and Nikki, are facing problems of their own. But the friendship that ties them together will also give them the strength to work things out -- one stitch at a time.
This book makes me want to keep on reading. My friend recommended to read the main street books. I really didn't think I would like them, but now they are the best book I ever read!!!!! I did recommend my friend Calista to read it, but she said I all ready tried this book and she didn't like it. I told her she was C-R-A-Z -Y CRAZY!!!!!!!!!!
This was fun to read and soon after reading this I went on to read Main Street #3: 'Tis the Season
Very well written, but was too slow towards the end. Overall, it was a great book to read. :) ;)
I just want to get more detail in the chapters and I have to skip some of the was the worst thing ever
AWESOME AUTHOR!!!!! I love her books!!!
This is Flora and Ruby's story.

There just settling into there new town, and they like it. Flora is getting to be friends with Olivia and Nikki, and she's excited to meet new people once school starts. But, she also has a couple of fears. She's scared for school to start, scared that she won't fit in. She's also scared about spending the holidays without there parents. Especially Christmas. What will it feel like? Will she feel sad or happy or what?

Meanwhile, Ruby's really fitting into the town. She's becoming friends with Lacey the girl who lives in the Row Houses, and she has so much to do! She's taking dance lessons, singing in the childrens chorus, and a lot of other things. Ruby is a little scared about starting a new school and making friends.

Will they cope? How will they fit into there new town? Read the book to find out!
This book was reviwed by: Olivia Age 9
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As an adult, I often enjoy reading children's books. Unfortunately, so many books on the market today have only one purpose in mind--to make money. With the new Main Street series, this is not the case. These books, which are part of a continuing journey for two girls, actually tells a story.

Without giving away specific details of the stories, I can tell you that this series is about hope and understanding, trials and triumphs, and learning how to fit in when the world has been tragically turned upside down. These books cover many of the issues that face our children today, and Ann M. Martin leaves no stone unturned.

Even if there were no story to tell, Martin's descriptions of the places and people are phenomenal. The best part of these books, in my opinion, are the moments when "you" are walking through town and past the row houses, getting glimpses of how people behave behind closed doors. It's like holding a snow globe, and imagining the lives of the people inside of it.

I've been reading Martin's books since 1986, when I first discovered the Baby-Sitters Club, and "Claudia and the Phantom Phone Caller." (Yes, I read book #1 out of order.) As an author, she has come a long way. The Main Street series is her best work. I highly recommend these stories for any child or adult. Flora and Ruby are characters not soon forgotten, and the social issues that they and their friends face can open up discussions with your own children.
I read my first MAIN STREET title in the fall of last year and was delighted with it. I have since recommended it to many of my students. I just finished NEEDLE AND THREAD, the second of the series, and fell in love with it all over again.

Flora and Ruby are two sisters who have come to live with their grandmother after their parents died in a car accident. Grandmother owns a sewing shop, which Flora loves. This story picks up a few days after the first one ends.

The four girls: Flora, Ruby, Olivia (Flora's best friend who lives next door), and Nikki (the girl from the wrong side of the tracks), head off for school. They love their teachers and Ruby becomes very involved with Camden Falls by joining the community kids chorus, taking dance lessons, and getting the lead in the school play. Flora doesn't feel as connected, as she seems to miss her old life a little more than her sister.

I loved the way the Grandmother would swear by using phrases that I have used such as "All my stars!" The story also includes many serious subjects that children of today have to face. The chapters about Nikki's family made me sad but also glad that they weren't written with a heavy hand.

I so like these books that I intend to have all of them for my 5th-grade classroom and encourage all the girls to read them. Thank you, Ms. Martin, for creating a series which speaks to the children of today.

Reviewed by: Marta Morrison
Main Street Needle and Thread ebook
Ann M. Martin
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