The Last Great Adventure of the PB J Society

“That's the stupidest thing I've ever heard.” “You could probably get away with a koala,” I suggested. “See the one in that tree?” “Koalas live in Australia,” Jason said. “But it's hot in Australia, like it is in Africa, so it's okay.

Author: Janet Sumner Johnson

Publisher: Capstone

ISBN: 9781623706364

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 256

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When her best friend Jason's house is put up for sale, and he tells her that his family is moving to California, Annie Jenkins is devastated by the news that she is losing the other member of the PB & J Society--so when neighbor Mrs. Schuster tells her about a buried chest and gives her a map she convinces herself that this is a way for Jason's family to pay off their mortgage and stay in Utah.

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