Luminis Books, Inc., Hardcover, 9781935462088, 213pp.
Publication Date: November 3, 2014
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A young girl experiences the growing pains of high school Amy Henderson's freshman year starts with a new best friend, Cat, and a newfound confidence. But she's misses her crush, Craig, who has gone to live with his aunt in Boston. Craig has promised to write, and Amy checks the mail on a daily basis, but to no avail. There are plenty of distractions, however, that keep Amy busy. Cat's brother, Ricky, seems interested in Amy, but is she interested in him? And a new friendship with Finn, the lighthouse keeper, who Amy discovers is a talented artist, keeps Amy and Cat busy as they arrange for him to exhibit his work. But things get complicated when Craig returns from Boston and Finn is accused of arson. There are more questions than answers for Amy as life becomes as turbulent as the cold and stormy ocean of her coastal Maine town. Ideal for preteens, this novel is the sequel to the critically acclaimed "Call Me Amy" and touches upon issues of friendship, boyfriend troubles, and the power of believing in oneself.
About the Author
Marcia Strykowski is a children's book author and works at a public library. She is the author of "Call Me Amy." She lives in Bradford, Massachusetts.