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Keeping the Moon

By Sarah Dessen

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| Hardcover | 9780670885497

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A sparkling new novel from the author who gets a teenager's voice and life "exactly right"...Sarah Dessen!

While her mother, aerobics queen Kiki Sparks, spends the summer touring Europe, fifteen-year-old Colie Sparks is stuck in sleepy Colby, Continue

A sparkling new novel from the author who gets a teenager's voice and life "exactly right"...Sarah Dessen!

While her mother, aerobics queen Kiki Sparks, spends the summer touring Europe, fifteen-year-old Colie Sparks is stuck in sleepy Colby, North Carolina. But she's not complaining. For one thing, her Aunt Mira is a sweet, laid-back eccentric; for another, no one knows that back home in Charlotte Colie is seen as a formerly-fat "golf-course slut," the school scapegoat. Then, by fate or by accident, Colie lands a waitressing job, where she meets Morgan and Isabel. The two wisecracking--and wise--20something waitresses help her turn her life around, and realize the potential that has been there all along. Sarah Dessen's newest novel is poignant, humorous, and full of characters to cherish--what readers are coming to expect from this extraordinary young talent.

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    I liked this a lot. I loved how Colie grew into herself. I could really relate to her as a character. I think many, many girls don't realize how beautiful they really are. It kind of reminded me of Carolyn Mackler's The Earth, my Butt and Other Big R ...(continue)

    I liked this a lot. I loved how Colie grew into herself. I could really relate to her as a character. I think many, many girls don't realize how beautiful they really are. It kind of reminded me of Carolyn Mackler's The Earth, my Butt and Other Big Round Things.

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