Does a new name make a new you? Which name? Which boyfriend? Which answer? Yes or no?
Erin never had to make so many decisions before!
Should she be adopted by her stepfather and change her name? If you have been Erin Mitchell all your life how can you turn into Erin Zanin? Mitchell has always sounded fine. Plus it connects her to her dad.
But Leo is a great step-dad and now that her mother is expecting, having the same last name would really make them all a family. Mitchell or Zanin? What do you do?
Then there's Richard and Ryan. How do you choose between two cute guys? Should it be Richard, the popular jock or smart and funny Ryan?
Erin even has to choose between yes and no. Can she say no to Kim Adams, the most popular girl in 6th grade when Kim gives her a dare?
How many choices should one kid have to make, anyway? And how do you make them? Find out what Erin does in Me and My Name.
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 tea leaves. My own stories, like a quilt, are woven piece-by-piece from an experience, a particular place, a feeling, a question, or a memory.
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.31(d)|
|Age Range:||9 - 12 Years|