Absolutely Alfie and the First Week Friends (Paperback)

Absolutely Alfie and the First Week Friends By Sally Warner, Shearry Malone (Illustrator) Cover Image

Absolutely Alfie and the First Week Friends (Paperback)

By Sally Warner, Shearry Malone (Illustrator)


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This is book number 2 in the Absolutely Alfie series.

Alfie Jakes is starting second grade in the follow-up to Alfie Jakes and the Furry, Purry Secret, perfect for fans of the Judy Moody books! 

Alfie Jakes's summer was better than she expected. Even though her best friend Lulu was away on vacation, she found a new friend in her next door neighbor, Hanni. Hanni even let her take home a kitten! Now that second grade is about to start and Lulu is back in town, Alfie is worried. All she wants is for her trio to be first week friends, but what if Lulu and Hanni don't get along? Her secret first week, second grade wish is for them to become friends. What if Alfie's wish comes true--but with a twist she didn't see coming??
Sally Warner (sallywarnerbooks.com) has published more than twenty novels for young readers, including the Emma and EllRay Jakes series. She lives in Altadena, California with her husband and their dachshund Jimmy Shivers.

Shearry Malone
(shearrymaloneillustration.com) was born and raised in the eclectic college town of Athens, GA. Shearry has a Bachelor's degree in Fine Arts and illustrates in a fun, simplistic and quirky style. Shearry now resides in Nashville, TN.
Product Details ISBN: 9781101999912
ISBN-10: 1101999918
Publisher: Puffin Books
Publication Date: August 29th, 2017
Pages: 144
Language: English
Series: Absolutely Alfie
Praise for the EllRay Jakes Series by Sally Warner
"A lively series . . . clever plotting . . . ingenious narration." --Publishers Weekly

"Ideal for reluctant readers." --Booklist

"Warner is a dead-on observer of playground politics, and has a great ear for dialogue."--School Library Journal

"Young readers can identify with EllRay, who is neither a bad seed nor a goody-two-shoes; he and his sense of humor are just right." --Kirkus Reviews