Where You’ll Find Me
At age thirteen, Anna just can’t find the place where she fits in. First of all, her best friend, Dani, wants to hang out with different people and has dumped her. She is also stuck in a house with her dad, new baby sister, and her very young stepmother. She is trapped with them until her mother is better and has recovered from a suicide attempt. Also, Anna is now sitting at a nerd table during lunch because she has nowhere else to go.
What if Anna could find her place again between the new lunch table, talent shows, seeing her mom, and going on trips with her stepmother? Anna just might be all right, that is, if she can hang on for the ride.
Where You’ll Find Me is an enjoyable book for any girl growing up. I have read one of Natasha Friend’s other books as well and it was also about life and learning. Her books remind me a lot of Judy Blume’s books in that they are for girls who are learning and growing. I would rate this book with four stars because it was a good read and I’m sure other girls will enjoy it as they grow and cope with life.
|Page Count||272 pages|
|Publisher||Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR)|
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