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Grounded (OUTLET)

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en Limba Engleză Carte Hardback – November 2010 – vârsta de la 9 până la 13 ani

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After her brother, sister, and father die in a plane crash, Daralynn Oakland receives 237 dolls from well-wishers, resulting in her nickname: Dolly. But dolls are little comfort to a twelve-year-old girl whose world is rocked by the dramatic changes in her life, including her angry, grieving mother's new job as a hairstylist at the local funeral home.
Dolly gets a job, too, where she accidentally invents a fashionable new haircut. But her real work begins when a crematorium comes to town, and someone has to save a dying business, solve a burning mystery, and resuscitate the broken hearts in Digginsville, Missouri, population 402.

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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9780312570392
ISBN-10: 0312570392
Pagini: 196
Dimensiuni: 150 x 210 x 21 mm
Greutate: 0.32 kg
Editura: FEIWEL & FRIENDS
Locul publicării: New York, NY

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"This improbably lighthearted mystery, told from Daralynn's entertainingly candid perspective, deals with death and its aftermath in a straightforward style that puts the 'fun back in funeral.'" --"Horn Book Magazine"
"In the sentimental end, this salty-sweet, nut-sprinkled novel underscores the "grounding" that comes with caring for people, whether it's flashy-trashy Aunt Josie and her boardinghouse gentlemen, senile Mamaw poignantly nurturing her dolls or, most powerfully of all, Daralynn and her mother finding their way back to each other." --"Publishers Weekly"
"In the sentimental end, this salty-sweet, nut-sprinkled novel underscores the "grounding" that comes with caring for people, whether it's flashy-trashy Aunt Josie and her boardinghouse gentlemen, senile Mamaw poignantly nurturing her dolls or, most powerfully of all, Daralynn and her mother finding their way back to each other." --"Kirkus Reviews"
"This quiet story illuminates and celebrates the human need for connection beyond the grave." --"Booklist"
"While her subject matter is serious, author Kate Klise brings humor and warmth to this heartfelt story of healing and hope." --"BookPage"

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