The Forget-Me-Not Summer

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Marigold, Zinnie, and Lily Silver are taking a vacation to their Aunt Sunny’s, on a beach in Massachusetts. The Silvers are from Los Angeles, and Marigold wants to become an actress, because she’s a natural. The sisters don’t get along very well, and they don’t share rooms, but at Aunt Sunny’s they have to share a room and learn to cooperate. Zinnie and Lily miss the way Marigold used to be, before she started caring about acting. During their summer there, Marigold discovers that she likes being a nicer sister than she usually is. She also meets a boy named Peter, who helps her understand that being bratty isn’t cool.

This book had a good way of showing how even the rudest of people can become some of the nicest if they are given the just the right kind of push. Marigold found out that family was more important than anything else could be; it also shows a good relationship between sisters can form with just a few weeks of being together. This book would be good for families who can’t seem to connect very well and are having a hard time being nice to each other.

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Author Leila Howland
Star Count 5/5
Format Hard
Page Count 352 pages
Publisher Harper Collins
Publish Date 05-May-2015
ISBN 9780062318695
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Issue May 2015
Category Tweens


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