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Musgrove, Marianne.
New York : Holt, 2008
IL 3-6, RL 4.5
ISBN 0805087915
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Do you have to share a bedroom with a sibling?  Are you living with a slob?  Well, Juliet Jennifer Jones sure is.  Her little sister is a slob and drives Juliet crazy.  Finally her parents decide that she can have her own room.  It's a room that her father now has all his stuff in so it will take a bit to clean it out.  The girls are not allowed in that room now because of Dad's stuff.  But he clears it out and Juliet finally has a place of her own.  When the wallpaper is peeled away, a mural of a tree is revealed.  Lots of animals are in the treee.  It turns out that thhis had been her grandmother's room and this was her worry tree.  Each night she gave her worries to one of the animals and let them take the burden off her.  Can this work for Juliet also?
SUBJECTS:     Worry -- Fiction.
                        Sisters -- Fiction.
                        Grandmothers -- Fiction.
                        Family life -- Australia -- Fiction.
                        Schools -- Fiction.
                        Australia -- Fiction.

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