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I landed heavily on the rough wood of the dock. Somehow I tripped over the rope in my hand and fell sideways. But I never let go of that rope. I scrambled to my feet and eased the boat against the dock. Dad stepped off to tie the stern rope while I tied the bow. I waited for him to say, "Nice work," or "Well done," or maybe, "Sorry I yelled at you," but he didn't even look my way. He patted the pockets of his shorts. "Anyone seen my wallet?" he asked.
Amy appeared from nowhere. "I'll get it, Dad," she said and disappeared into the cabin.
I stared after her. Dad? Since when was he her dad? This kid wanted everything that was mine.
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So many people lose their parents at such a young age that when i found out dayle campbelle wrote a cinderella story in reality, I knew i would love it!
I really liked it!!! This happened to one of my friends and yeah u should totally read it!!!!i think people that have stepdads or stepmoms should read this!!!! Hyper!!!!!!
Jessica is a whiny, pathetic girl. There is a 1/50 chance she would have met a bear, survived with it touching only her shoe, and with food trace on it. This book was pooely written and did not have an interesting plot to keep me awake. The only reason I finished this book was because I need to finish every book I read. Id rate this a .1.