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Wings of a Bee (Paperback)

Author:  Julie Roorda
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 1894549686
ISBN-13: 9781894549684
Sku: 206740420
Publish Date: 8/13/2012
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 7.75H x 5.25L x 0.5T
Pages:  220
Age Range:  16 to 21
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Bronwyn Degroot doesn''t have many friends, and her quirkiness and strange sense of humor tend to put them off.When her imagined experiments with supernatural poltergeists and otherworld aliens spill over into real life, she scares off the one friend she has in the neighborhood. The only person who really seems to "get her" is her sister Carey. And Bronwyn has an uncanny knack for understanding Carey, who has cerebral palsy. When Carey gets her hands on a spelling board she demonstrates that, amazingly, she knows how to read and write, proving to the rest of the family what Bronwyn has known all along: her little sister is very smart.
Julie Roorda''s poems and short stories have appeared in numerous publications. As well as writing fiction, she works as a writer, editor and researcher with the University of Toronto and the University Health Network. Wings of a Bee is Roorda''s first novel for young adults.
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Brenda DeGroot has few friends and spends most of her time looking for poltergeists and filming bumblebees, but she discovers that her sister, despite having cerebral palsy, is the one person who understands her.
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