This sweet contemporary story about poetry, family, and determining your own destiny is perfect for fans of books by Wendy Mass, Joan Bauer, Sharon Creech, and Rebecca Stead.
Eleven-year-old Emily Elizabeth Davis has never met her father, so when a book of poetry with his name in it goes missing, Emily and her friends search all over their hometown of Berkeley, California, hoping to track it down. Meanwhile, even though her English-professor mother insists that Emily is destined to become a poet (she named her after Emily Dickinson!), Emily secretly corresponds with her idol, romance writer Danielle Steel.
As Publishers Weekly says, "Fitzmaurice's story deftly mingles Dickinson, Danielle Steel, a budding crush, and protesting tree sitters while maintaining suspense that leads to a satisfying ending."
Family secrets -- Fiction
Family secrets -- Juvenile fiction
Fate and fatalism
Fate and fatalism -- Fiction
Fate and fatalism -- Juvenile fiction
Lost and found possessions
Lost and found possessions -- Fiction
Lost articles -- Juvenile fiction
Level 5.1, 7 Points
|Grouped Work ID||f0e1e56d-1d9c-8c6c-0b1a-ed0dbc280af2|
|Grouping Title||destiny rewritten|
|Grouping Author||kathryn fitzmaurice|
|Grouping Language||English (eng)|
|Last Grouping Update||2022-10-07 04:40:43AM|
|Last Indexed||2022-10-07 05:06:20AM|