Going the Distanceby Mary Jane Miller
Loren Monroe has big plans for her life in Going the Distance. Loren thinks of herself as strong, responsible, and independent. She has to be since because her parents are interested only in painting, writing songs, and moving to a new city every few months, they forget things like registering Loren for school or attending her next swim meet. Loren has had enough. She knows Mom and Dan lover her but she's gone the distance for them, and it's time they came through for her. How can she convince them that she's growing up faster than they realize?
Author Bio: Mary Jane Miller says: The love of story is part of my heritage. One of my earliest memories is drinking tea with my Irish grandmother. When my brother and I would finish our tea, Grandmother read the tealeaves. My own stories, like a quilt, are woven piece-by-piece from an experience, a particular place, a feeling, a question, or a memory.
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- 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.37(d)
- Age Range:
- 9 - 12 Years
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