This book is intended for middle school aged kids, but is an enjoyable story for adults as well.
I liked the book but most of the summer aka the main person in book is always talking in her head and its wired but people on the internet read this book.
I wasn't sure that I was going to like this book when I picked it up, but I ended up liking it more than I expected.
Summer's family has had a year of bad luck and it's getting even worse when her parents have to take care of relatives in Japan. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Lavender and Suzanne
I also sent this to my granddaughter who loves to read and also has the name Summer. as of now, no word that she has spent any time on it and no thanks. O! well.Published 2 months ago by katieMcormond
For young adult girls. I read it to be able to exchange ideas and to explain context to my grandchild. It was okay.Published 3 months ago by Carmine Zappala
A book geared for middle school readers, this is the story of Summer and her little brother Jaz, and just what happens during one fateful summer in harvesting wheat. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Gaele
The book kept me interested. But passages about driving combine were at times too long. So I skipped a lot.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Different setting for this book, which she researched well. Obachan and Ojichan's English was quite good as they tried to guide Jaz and Summer in the Midwest. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Tahoe Judy
I liked the book but most of the summer aka the main person in book is always talking in her head and its wired but people on the internet read this book. Read morePublished 5 months ago by 6425dree
The writing style was just right. Interesting to see the wold through a 12 year olds eyes. I enjoyed the transition she made in such a short time.Published 5 months ago by Margaret Dredge