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Posted June 16, 2004
an exellent read
in the book georgia goes from being a lonley girl defined by others to becoming a strong and reflective person finding a definition of her own - not as j.f.k's daughter or the sand princess but as an artist, as a girl with a soul and place were it can grow.
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Posted March 29, 2011
An amazing story
i first read this novel when i was young, maybe in third grade. i loved to read and i was looking up books about Caroline Kennedy for a school project. i thought this is what it was on but it wasnt.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
My sister didnt want me reading it because "it was for higher readers" seeing she was reading it for her 8th grade class, i decided to take it one night and finished it all in the same time.
it was an amazing story, i continued to read the book for as many days as i could before my sister started to notice. It was just inspiring and taught lessons and morals and the struggle of a child in a broken family.
its a good book to enjoy, but i wouldnt recommend it for children under 5th grade because its a difficult story, the only reason i think i got it was because i learned to read at age 2. but if you think you can read/like/understand it go ahead.
Posted March 9, 2009
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