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Storm Watcher Paperback – May 5, 2013
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"I just finished reading STORM WATCHER and I loved it! Of course, I am a dog lover, so that aspect had great appeal. But I also liked the deeper themes about grief and recovery, and the complicated family dynamics. As I got closer to the end, I couldn't put it down! I'm so glad to read an emotional book from a boy's POV." Lee McClain, author of Sizzle.
"Snyder's lightning strikes again with STORM WATCHER's tale of ordinary people fighting to become heroes in the face of things they fear most. Luke's story is by turns funny, touching, and achingly real, as Snyder harnesses a lifetime of expertise about meteorology, dogs, and life in small towns." Morgan Keyes/Mindy Klasky, author of Darkbeast.
"This deftly plotted story will engage readers of both genders with its fresh storyline. When 12-year-old Luke Riley's mother is killed in a lightning-related accident, Luke's fear of severe weather is heightened and his grief is exacerbated by guilt, as he believes it was his panicked phone call to his mother that caused her to be out in the storm...Intertwining family relationships, weather science and search-and-rescue dog training, this coming-of-age story relays themes of friendship, grief, challenge, fear and responsibility without didacticism or melodrama." Kirkus Reviews
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