Zonderkidz, Hardcover, 9780310726197, 238pp.
Publication Date: January 14, 2013
The coldest season.
Building a family is hard, especially with stepsisters who are complete opposites. During the bleak and dreary days of winter, Diana continues to be bullied at school, Stephanie continues hiding a painful secret, and both their lives are shaken by two tragic accidents. They discover a beached whale on the North Carolina shoreline, then Stephanie's brother is in a near-fatal car crash. The girls try pushing through the rockiness in their relationship and facing their challenges, until Stephanie's lie is finally revealed. Can Diana find forgiveness and faith in her darkest hours?
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