After moving into their new home, a keeling-over farmhouse in the country, nine-year-old Cyrus and his brother, Rudy, have trouble adjusting to all the changes. The fresh-from-the-farm egg yolks are blindingly yellow. The eccentric girl next door has a very unusual sense of style. And Rumpley, a donkey they inherited with the farmhouse, doesn't even know how to bray. Nothing about the country feels warm or familiar. But when Cyrus is stranded one evening by the tide, he finds his lifeline in an unlikely companion. Blackberry Juice is the sequel to Not For Sale .
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|available_at_school||Hattie Cotton Elementary|
|detailed_location_school||Hattie Cotton Elementary - Kids Fiction|
|display_description||Moving has been rough on nine-year-old Cyrus and his eight-year-old brother Rudy. Leaving behind the city for a farm on the seaside is a major adjustment. But their new neighbor, Rachel, and a depressed donkey that came with their new home might be just the distractions they need to find peace in their new home.|
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|owning_location_school||Hattie Cotton Elementary|
|record_details||ils:CARL0000679983|Book|Books||English|Orca Book Publishers,|2016.|64 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm.|
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|subject_facet||Brothers -- Fiction, Country life -- Fiction, Moving, Household -- Fiction|
|title_full||Blackberry juice / Sara Cassidy ; illustrated by Helen Flook|
|topic_facet||Brothers, Country life, Moving, Household|