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Jackson Jones and Mission Greentop

by Mary Quattlebaum

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  • 20 Currently reading

Published by Random House Children"s Books in New York .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL24298185M
ISBN 109780307533036
OCLC/WorldCa496116842

Jackson Jones and Mission Greentop Written by Mary Quattlebaum eBook Basketball-loving Jackson Jones never wanted any part of Rooter’s, the community garden where his mother got him his very own plot for his 10th birthday. But he made the best of it, even planting a thorny rosebush. With her special feeling for urban children, Mary wrote Jackson Jones and the Puddle of Thorns, Jackson Jones and the Curse of the Outlaw Rose, and Jackson Jones and Mission Greentop, published by Random House. The humorous chapter-book series is about an engaging kid and his (mis)adventures in a city community garden.

JACKSON (The Billionaire Croft Brothers, Book One) (Paige North) Jackson (Wild Tinder Series Book 2) (Marie Fraser) Jackson Hole Valentine (Cindy Kirk) Jackson Is Missing (Wendy Gill) Jackson Jones (Jenn Kelly) Jackson Jones and Mission Greentop (Mary Quattlebaum) Jackson Jones and the Curse of the Outlaw Rose (Mary Quattlebaum) Jackson Jones. Moving away from the picture book format and into chapter books, Mary Quattlebaum has also recently released the second installment in her popular Jackson Jones series, Jackson Jones and Mission Greentop (Jackson Jones (Hardcover)) (Delacorte Books for Young Readers, August , pages).

  Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Mary Quattlebaum books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. We use cookies to give you the best possible experience. Jackson Jones and Mission Greentop. Mary Quattlebaum. 01 Aug Hardback. unavailable. Notify me. Jackson Jones and the Puddle of Thorns. Mary Quattlebaum. Learn the ABC's of gardening in this beautifully illustrated alphabet book. Jackson Jones and Mission Greentop by Mary Quattlebaum. Jackson wanted to spend his summer playing basketball, but instead finds himself tending a thorny rose bush in the community garden. Eventually, he enjoys the task, but soon a company wants to build on the land.


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Jackson Jones and Mission Greentop - Kindle edition by Quattlebaum, Mary. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Jackson Jones and Mission Greentop.5/5(1). Jackson Jones finds surprising joys in gardening in Rooters, the neighborhood community garden.

When his mother buys him his very own plot as a tenth-birthday gift, Jackson is less than thrilled. He would rather be playing basketball than pulling weeds and finds the company of Reuben, his best friend, a lot more interesting than hanging out with Mr.

Kerring, who has been gardening at Rooters Author: Mary Quattlebaum. Get this from a library. Jackson Jones and Mission Greentop. [Mary Quattlebaum] -- His plot in a community garden brings year-old Jackson Jones more zucchini than he cares to see and the unwanted attention of a bully, but when a company plans to destroy the garden, Jackson turns.

About Jackson Jones and Mission Greentop. Basketball-loving Jackson Jones never wanted any part of Rooter’s, the community garden where his mother got him his very own plot for his 10th birthday.

But he made the best of it, even planting a thorny rosebush. Now, after months of watering, weeding, and waiting, red roses have finally bloomed. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Jackson Jones and Mission Greentop by Mary Quattlebaum at Barnes & Noble.

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In striving to enrich the lives of all readers, TeachingBooks supports the First Amendment and celebrates the right to read. Read "Jackson Jones and Mission Greentop" by Mary Quattlebaum available from Rakuten Kobo. Basketball-loving Jackson Jones never wanted any part of Rooter’s, the community garden where his mother got him his ver Brand: Random House Children's Books.

But what can Jackson do. With unasked-for help from well-meaning friends—and going to great lengths to avoid a fearsome bully who loves to taunt him—Jackson sets out to save Rooter’s.

But coming up with a winning strategy isn’t so easy. Jackson Jones and Mission Greentop - eBook. His plot in a community garden brings year-old Jackson Jones more zucchini than he cares to see and the unwanted attention of a bully, but when a company plans to destroy the garden, Jackson turns his attention to trying to save it.

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Jackson Jones and Mission Greentop. by Mary Quattlebaum, 79 pages. Item Number: Jackson Jones can't believe the news: the community garden where he's spent months watering, weeding, and waiting for his thorny rosebush to bloom is going to be bulldozed by big city developers.

-for help from well-meaning friends-- and going to great. Mary Quattlebaum has written numerous novels for children, including Jackson Jones and Mission Greentop, Jackson Jones and the Puddle of Thorns, as well as the picture book Winter Friends. The author lives in Washinton, D.C.

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Created by Random House Read the PDF Share. Jackson Jones and Mission Greentop. by Mary Quattlebaum. 3 Resources. Lee "Jackson Jones and Mission Greentop" por Mary Quattlebaum disponible en Rakuten Kobo. Basketball-loving Jackson Jones never wanted any part of Rooter’s, the community garden where his mother got him his ver Brand: Random House Children's Books.

Jackson and his friends go up against a bully, a plot to destroy the garden, and a ghost. Winner of Random House's Marguerite de Angeli Prize for Middle-grade Novel and Parenting Reading Magic Award. Jackson Jones and the Puddle of Thorns; Jackson Jones and Mission Greentop; Jackson Jones and the Curse of the Outlaw Rose; Jo MacDonald Nature Series.

Mary Quattlebaum has written numerous novels for children, including Jackson Jones and Mission Greentop, Jackson Jones and the Puddle of Thorns, as well as the picture book Winter Friends.

The author lives in Washinton, D.C. More about Mary Quattlebaum. Jackson Jones and Mission Greentop Notable Social Sciences Trade Book Contact: Laurie Hogan DELACORTE/RANDOM HOUSE Broadway, New York, NY ­­ [email protected] Q&A with Mary Quattlebaum, author of.

Mary Quattlebaum‘s first book, Jackson Jones and the Puddle of Thorns, was the winner of the first annual Marguerite de Angeli Prize for middle-grade has also written Jazz, Pizzazz, and the Silver Threads; its companion, The Magic Squad and the Dog of Great Potential; and A Year on My Street, a First Choice Chapter Book for younger readers.In a sequel, Jackson Jones and Mission Greentop, the enthusiastic ten year old learns that a land developer plans to build an apartment complex at Rooter's, the community garden where he grows roses and zucchini amid the weeds.

Undaunted, Jackson uses his wits to prevent a corporate takeover and meet another challenge from nemesis "Blood" Green.4 copies of Chocolate River Rescue (book) 12 copies of Jackson Jones and Mission Greentop (book) 8 copies of A Friend for Mr. Granville (book) 4 copies of The Right Whale (book) 1 Fiction Spinner Package.