Betsy and Tacy Go Over the Big Hill
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While the first two volumes are something like collections of vignettes about Betsy, Tacy, and Tib, this one has a story through the whole volume.
The girls are competing with Betsy's and Tacy's older sisters about having a Queen of Summer. When they go out to collect votes, they find themselves making friends with a surprising little girl their own age in the Little Syria section of Deep Valley, Minnesota.
Betsy and Tacy first sing their "Cat Duet" at the school entertainment in this book.
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- "What Little Girls Are Made Of: Author Meg Cabot on why the Betsy-Tacy books give today's teen lit a run for its money". www.wsj.com. Wall Street Journal. 3 October 2009. Retrieved 1 March 2015.
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