Annotations for Brilliant Fall of Gianna Z.


Baker & Taylor
Gianna has less than one week to complete her leaf project if she wants to compete in the upcoming cross-country sectionals, but issues like procrastination, disorganization--and her grandmother's declining health--seem destined to keep her from finishing.

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Baker & Taylor
Gianna has to complete her leaf project soon if she wants to compete in the upcoming cross-country sectionals, but procrastination, disorganization, and her grandmother's declining health seem destined to keep her from finishing.

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Baker & Taylor
With everything going on with her family, Gianna finds it nearly impossible to focus on what she needs to do for the upcoming science project and just wishes she could have a little time to herself, but when Nonna goes missing, Gianna immediately realizes what matters most in her life.

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McMillan Palgrave
Gianna Z has less than one week to collect, identify, and creatively display 25 leaves for her science project--or else she won't be able to compete in the upcoming cross-country race. As the deadline for her leaf project draws near, life keeps getting in the way. Some things are within Gee's control, like her own procrastination, but others aren't, like Biana Rinaldi's attempts at sabotage and Nonna's declining health. If it weren't for her best friend Zig, Gee wouldn't have a chance at finishing. His knowledge of trees and leaves in their rural Vermont town comes in very handy, as does his loyalty to Gee. But when Nonna disappears one afternoon, things like leaves and cross-country meets suddenly seem less important.


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