The Metamorphosis of Emma Murry

The Metamorphosis of Emma Murry

by Rebecca Laxton
The Metamorphosis of Emma Murry

The Metamorphosis of Emma Murry

by Rebecca Laxton


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Thirteen-year-old Emma Murry has three goals for summer vacation: finish her art terms project, land an ollie, and help the environmental club save the monarchs.

But then her Instagram crush Jeb Scott and his celebrity dad Chester make a surprise visit to Black Mountain. At first, Emma is thrilled, then she overhears their plans to destroy the monarch butterfly garden to build a ski resort. She and her best friend Sophie add a new summer goal: STOP. THE. SCOTTS.

Ignoring Sophie's warnings, Emma makes friends with Jeb, convinced she can change his mind. So when Chester receives a mysterious death threat, Emma and Jeb team up to find the culprit. Emma slowly realizes people are not what they seem as she attempts to untangle friendships, organize a protest, and uncover the supernatural secrets hiding on the mountain.

She must go through her own metamorphosis by overcoming her fears and facing what she dreads. If she fails, she could jeopardize everything-butterflies, friendships, and her family.

Lexile reading level score: 630

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781960146441
Publisher: Warren Publishing NC
Publication date: 03/28/2023
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Pages: 252
Lexile: 630L (what's this?)
File size: 1 MB
Age Range: 10 - 12 Years

About the Author

Rebecca Laxton has served school communities as an afterschool program director, teacher, reading specialist, and school psychologist. While working for Boone County Schools, she was named the Kentucky School Psychologist of the Year for collaborating with teachers and administrators to write and evaluate an emotional intelligence curriculum. She attended Georgetown College, Eastern Kentucky University, and, most recently, the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, earning an MLS with a concentration in creative writing and children's literature. Currently, she is a dyslexia practitioner with Braintrust and lives in North Carolina with her husband Steve, four kids, and three very cute, extremely spoiled dogs. Rebecca invites you to visit her online at
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