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The Boy on Cinnamon Street

The Boy on Cinnamon Street

by Phoebe Stone

In this affecting novel, a wounded girl must find the courage to face a painful family secret — with the help of a boy who won't give up on her.

Something is wrong with Louise. She's a natural at gymnastics, but she quit the school team. She's living with her loving grandparents, but she's trying to get her best friend's family to adopt her. And a secret admirer is sending Louise love notes, but she can't find the courage to respond. What's holding her back? Only by coming face to face with the truth about a family tragedy can Louise start to live again...and finally get the boy.

Some mature content; more suitable for older readers.

Ages
8, 9, 10, 11, 12
Interest Level
Grades 3 - 7
DRA
60
Guided Reading
Y
Publisher
Inscribe Digital
Number of Pages
240

About the Author

Contributor Image Alt Tag Phoebe Stone The New York Times has said of Phoebe Stone's first novel, "Stone's prose is poetic." and the Boston Globe has said "Literature doesn't get much better than this." DEEP DOWN POPULAR is her third novel

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