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A Summer to Die Paperback – April 24, 2007
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"A warm picture emerges of a family bound together by caring and closeness. . . . Meg's sorrow as well as her joy comes pouring out in this perceptive tale."—Booklist, Starred
From the Publisher
Meg isn't thrilled when she gets stuck sharing a bedroom with her older sister Molly. The two of them couldn't be more different, and it's hard for Meg to hide her resentment of Molly's beauty and easy popularity. But now that the family has moved to a small house in the country, Meg has a lot to accept.
Just as the sisters begin to adjust to their new home, Meg feels that Molly is starting up again by being a real nuisance. But Molly's constant grouchiness, changing appearance, and other complaints are not just part of a new mood. And the day Molly is rushed to the hospital, Meg has to accept that there is something terribly wrong with her sister. That's the day Meg's world changes forever. Is it too late for Meg to show what she really feels? --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Top customer reviews
Bookish Meg couldn't be more different than her pretty older sister. When Molly gets sick, Meg turns to her neighbors for friendship and support.
Reviewing A SUMMER TO DIE is so difficult because it's dated, not as historical fiction, but because it became historical fiction decades after publication. I don't think teens or preteens will enjoy this book, but their parents and dare I say grandparents might enjoy memories of a simpler time, when a suspected unmarried couple, living together and having a baby could be scandalous!