Gold Star Sisterby Claire Rudolf Murphy, Claire R. Murphy
While watching her grandma cope with the last stages of cancer, 13-year-old Carrie comes to know her better through letters she and her brother wrote to each other during World War II.
- Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated
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- Product dimensions:
- 5.06(w) x 7.78(h) x 0.20(d)
- Age Range:
- 10 - 14 Years
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When I started reading this book I was kind of bored of it until all of the things about World War 2 and the Billy Box started to come into the story. Also when the sisters started to get along and not fight all the time. In the story some of the characters are Lisa, Molly, Carrie, those girls are sisters, Maddy, Carries friend, mom, dad and gram. Gram is sick will cancer and moves in with her family. While Carrie and Gram were cleaning out the basement, they found a box,Billy Box. It had old paper dolls in it and letters which Carrie wanted her Gram to tell the family about at dinner. I think someone that likes kind of mystery/realistic books would like this book. Also is you like a book with both a sad ending and a happy ending.