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Books for Kids / Reading to Children Aloud

Nothing in Common

If you like suspense, you'll enjoy this face paced book.  Margie Franklin's new book, Nothing in Common, will tug at your heartstrings and keep you intrigued.  

The main character's son discovers an abandoned baby in the woods.  His mom makes it her mission to find the person who did such a cruel thing to a helpless baby.  Join her in this challenging adventure as she attempts to locate the culprit and make him pay.

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Margie Franklin strives to inspire her readers to use their imagination and creativity.  She is hopeful that her books motivate the little ones to enjoy reading and discover the wonderful world of fantasy.  

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Nothing in Common

Charity finally is able to achieve the American Dream of homeownership.  She and her son are excited about moving out of the old apartment building and relocating.  However, their excitement is short-lived when they find that their new neighbor is standoffish.

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While contemplating whether to attempt to win his friendship, Charity's son discovers an abandoned baby in the woods.  This takes Charity into a fast-paced adventure as she attempts to locate the culprit who hurt the baby.

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Overview: Margie Franklin's Books for Young Adults

The Sugar on the Go's series demonstrates Margie Franklin's love of creating colorful fantasies for the enjoyment of the little ones.


Be sure to browse through the summaries of Margie Franklin's other books for kids and books for young adults.

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​​​​​​​   Books by Margie Franklin

This is the first book in the Sugar on the Go series

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They Only Disappear at Night

A man sat in the bar patiently waiting for his next victim to arrive.  The door opened and three women entered.  It was clear this was not their first stop.  They slurred their words as they ordered their drink.