Whenever anyone asks 13-year-old Kayla Green about her family, she creates elaborate stories. Other than temporary foster families and group homes, she's never had a family who was committed to keeping her and loving her forever. But when a mysterious visitor arrives to meet her, Kayla can hope, for the first time in her life, that she won't have to make up stories anymore. (30 Pages / Ages 10+)Ia#39;d written in my essay that my dad had been a famous rodeo clown who had died to save a whole field trip group of kids ... of that year my mom had overdosed on a combination of heroin and Xanax, and it didna#39;t matter that Ia#39;d lied in my essay.
|Title||:||Forty-three Grandparents - A Novelette By Angie Tonucci|
|Publisher||:||Lulu Press, Inc - 2014-06-05|