Now Rachel's trust in the people she loves is shattered, and her newfound cynicism leads to reckless rebellion. Her friends and family hardly recognize her, and worse, she can hardly recognize herself. But how can the adults in her life lecture her about acting with kavanah, intention, when they are constantly making such horribly wrong decisions themselves? This is a witty, honest account of navigating the daunting line between losing innocence and entering adulthood—all while figuring out who you really want to be.
Level 3.5, 8 Points
|Grouped Work ID||d72278ce-43b0-5121-beee-cc1669f46966|
|Grouping Author||deborah heiligman|
|Grouping Language||English (eng)|
|Last Grouping Update||2021-09-25 04:50:04AM|
|Last Indexed||2021-09-25 05:11:33AM|
|Novelist Primary ISBN||9780375868610|
|available_at_addison||Online OverDrive Collection|
|detailed_location_addison||Online OverDrive Collection|
Rachel thought she was grown up enough to accept that no one is perfect. Her parents argue, her grandmother has been acting strangely, and her best friend doesn't want to talk to her. But none of that could have prepared her for what she overheard in her synagogue's sanctuary.
|owning_library_addison||Addison Public Library Online|
|owning_location_addison||Online OverDrive Collection|
|publisher||Random House Children's Books|
Young Adult Fiction
Young Adult Literature