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Top Customer Reviews
But it's Blueberry that's at the heart of the story. A seven-year old kid so traumatized that her favorite phrase is one that Amazon won't let me post (LOL) but it begins with "f". It comes out at the most inopportune moments with the obvious resulting reactions. She's violent, old far beyond her years, able to break a room up in twenty seconds and streak for freedom in a twinkling. Her deepest desire is to find her mother, yet the reader knows right from page one that this is a very bad idea indeed. And so we watch as Beanie fights for fostership of this child who gives Beanie and Mac's wonderful house and comfortable home the bird.
Blueberry Truth is a page-turner - one of the rare books that you don't want to put down. A delightful read that surely can't fail to touch the heart of the hardest reader.
I love Carbon's refined writing style; her subtlety shows readers how all these characters grow and change throughout the story. Blueberry Truth is an excellent read by a very promising author.
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I really enjoyed this book. It is about daring to have hope, having it ripped from your hands and your heart, but continuing to hope in spite of it all. Read morePublished 14 months ago by al cantrell
I like the way she uses the characters to bring awareness to real problems we have. I love the way she lets us see how love can transform people.Published on August 5, 2013 by Harriet Riendeau
This inspirational little gem is written in the tradition of great stories like My Posse Don't Do Homework (the book that inspired the movie Dangerous Minds) and The Freedom... Read morePublished on April 18, 2012 by Laura
I loved loved loved this unusual book. Beanie, a teacher, is surrounded by kids all day but can't conceive one of her own. Read morePublished on March 13, 2012 by Suz deMello
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