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Inside this Book – What is she doing?” Mercedes whispered. Her voice was awed, not critical, and Noah tipped his head in consternation, not sure he knew. “She’s talking to someone,” he whispered back. “But there’s no one there,” Mercedes insisted. They watched the girl, a wisp of pale limbs and fiery hair, as she twirled around and talked dramatically to someone they couldn’t see. “She’s so pretty,” Mercedes whispered. “She looks like a fairy who’s lost her wings.” “Or her marbles,” Noah murmured. He was working his way through a stack of library books and had borrowed Peter Pan by J.M. Barrie on a whim. It was better than he’d anticipated. The red-haired girl kind of reminded him of Tinker Bell, come to think of it. Tinker Bell or Tootles, the lost boy who had lost his marbles. It turned out the marbles were Tootles’s happy thoughts. Maybe the girl was trying to find her happy thoughts. Noah looked down at Mercedes, standing transfixed beside him. She seemed enchanted with the red-haired girl. “Her name is Cora,” Noah offered, hoping Mercedes wouldn’t leave him behind. With a girl to play with, one of the same age, Mer wouldn’t need him anymore. “She lives in 5B.” “Is she older than us? She looks older,” Mercedes mused, wrinkling her nose. “No. She’s ten too.”
Inside this book –The Smallest Part PDF Book by Amy Harmon – “Stockton, at the top of the key. He hippity-hops left, finds Malone, Malone fakes and spins. It’s up, it’s good!” Mercedes did her best Hot Rod Hundley— color commentator for the Utah Jazz—impersonation as Noah buried the shot. Her impersonation sucked, but Noah didn’t seem to mind. He gave her a high five and passed her the ball so they could do it again. She dribbled this way and that, avoiding the cracks in the concrete, and instead of passing him the ball, she took the shot. He tried to block it, but Mercedes was used to that. The ball sailed over his outstretched hands and swished through the hoop. “Stockton scores!” Mercedes shouted. “Nothin’ but net.” “We’re on the same team, Mer,” Noah complained. “So why did you try to block my shot, Karl?” she countered. “Why do you two always get to be Karl Malone and John Stockton?” Cora grumbled. “And why don’t you ever pass me the ball?” “Mark Eaton’s cool, Corey. And he has red hair, just like you,” Noah soothed. “He’s a giant!” Cora whined. “And he has a beard!” “I like beards,” Mercedes said. “You do?’ Noah asked, wide-eyed. Mercedes ignored him, turning to Cora who stood beneath the basketball hoop, her arms folded, her face glum. “Eaton is the center of the team, Cora. There are two guards, two forwards, but only one center. That means you’re very important,” she explained.
The Smallest Part by Amy Harmon PDF : eBook Information
- Full Book Name – The Smallest Part
- Author of this Book – Amy Harmon
- Language – English
- Book Genre – Contemporary, Romance, Fiction
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- eBook Pages – 291
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