A Ceiling of Stars (American Girl Fiction Series #1)by Ann Howard Creel
When her mother abandons her, 12-year-old Vivien must face her sudden homelessness alone in a big city. Vivien tells her story through a series of heart-felt letters and journal entries-and reveals a touching sense of hope.
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I totally reccomend this book. I think it was full of real life situations! I think that anybody 4th grade and up would like this book. even parents! I enjoyed reading it through three days when i stayed in Chigago. Being in a big city when i read it gave me more of a basic outline of what the big city is like to live in alone, and what sort of people are there. I think almost anyone can enjoy this book! :) :) :)
If you read this book you can feel all the things that this poor little girl is feeling. The author does a great job of describing a picture in your head, of what is happening. If you are wondering what it would feel like to live on the streets this book can tell you what it might feel like. I like this book because, it just totally changed my perspective of people who live on the streets. The book has so much feeling. This book is definetly two thumbs up!