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Intending to just page through the book, I ended up devouring it the next day.
Two young girls find themselves in a difficult dilemma with the death of their caregiver and show great maturity in solving the problems.
As a plot device, it successfully sets the girls on their own, but it's pretty disturbing.
Starts off pretty controversial and systematically reveals great characters. Situations are resolved with the promise that these characters you have come to know will find what... Read morePublished 1 month ago by bookmarm
This book was sooooooooooooooooooo good. I thought that it was a little sad shin the ant dies. Other than that I loved this book and I can't ways to read the 2 book if that make... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Unknown
It's not boring New things happen and there are different solutions.If u don't like a boring book then u will like it.Published 4 months ago by 4Annie4
I just finished listening to the audio version of Gypsy Moth Summer. I know it was written for young people , but I think people of every age would like it. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Carole E. Grimsley
When I started this book I was not a fan because I felt that after a tragic event in the begining of the story the book was just about Stella and Angle's everyday life and them... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Elif Martinez
This is the best book in the world. It is undescribable. It is heaven. A must-read.This is the best book in the world.Published 13 months ago by Jennifer Rulli
This book didn't grab me, like most books do, so I had to force myself to read it. By the middle it had grabbed me. Read morePublished 14 months ago
I checked this book out of our local library when I was doing a unit in my death and dying class on children's literature dealing with death. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Lynn Sprott