Fly Back Agnes
Fly back Agnes is a beautifully written book that I think most girls in the ten-to-twelve range will enjoy reading.
Agnes’ life was never perfect. First, her parents divorced, then her sister Viva moved out. Her mom (Mo as Agnes calls her) and her boyfriend Richard want to leave for Kansas, but Agnes decides to spend the summer with her Dad. Everything seems to change: her family, her friends, and even herself.
In her Dad’s town, she starts exploring and making new friends. She doesn’t want to tell them whom she is and starts lying. She tells them her name is Cloe and a whole bunch of other lies, and she has to deal with the consequences. In the end, she learns a lot about friendships, herself, and how to accept and deal with a lot of things in her life.
I felt like I have a lot of things in common with Agnes, which made me like the book a lot. This is a great book for girls ten and up
|Page Count||296 pages|
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