Sketching A Whole New Life Won’t Be Easy
Life comes full circle for Sadie as she heads back to Menlo Park, California. But Sadie finds she no longer fits in, especially when one of her dad’s cases thrusts her into the spotlight and puts her in danger. She turns to her faith, but the youth group just isn’t the same, and Sadie has a lot to think about when she hears what some kids believe. She returns to Owl Creek for a reprieve, but everything feels different. She just wants things to go back the way they used to be. Will her faith be strong enough to get her through?
About the Author
Naomi Kinsman has always dreamed of plunging into a fiction world, like Lucy does in Voyage of the Dawn Treader. In Naomi’s first career, acting and directing for the theater, this dream was inches from her reach. But writing has made the dream possible, and now Naomi regularly slips into book worlds and shares her adventures through her company, Society of Young Inklings, dedicated to empowering young writers across the country. Naomi is the author of the 2009 Moonbeam Gold Medal winner, Spilled Ink, and she has written and directed over 50 plays for young audiences. She lives in Northern California with her husband and identically colored pets: a tuxedo cat and a Portuguese water dog.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Warn you about the future be nice to piper she is very dangerous and keep an eye on bw i un chain you and disapper
This was a very cute tween girl's book. I loved the fact that this book answered some big questions which every person faces. This is great since at this age, girls are already going through a lot. I really like the main character, Sadie. She seems so down to earth and confident. She also will admit when she doesn't know something, which is something that everyone needs to admit every now and then. I am going to pass this book on to my niece, who I believe will also like it.
I love this book