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  • Jessica Duffy

    The Scrapbook of Frankie Pratt is one of my all-time favorite books. A true scrapbook design, this novel in pictures tells the story of a young girl in the 1920s and her romantic and professional escapades.

  • Susan Jensen

    Scrapbooks, Art Books or Books About Books

  • Katiey Diamond

    frankie pratt1 Dystopia palooza New YA Books Winter 2012

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