Hello, Sunshine

Leila Howland (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$17.99
Publisher
Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Publish Date
July 11, 2017
Pages
368
Dimensions
5.8 X 1.2 X 8.5 inches | 1.15 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781484725450
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About the Author

A graduate of Georgetown University, Leila Howland spent five years acting in New York in everything from an MTV public service announcement for safe sex to a John Guare play at Lincoln Center, and was a proud company member of the award-winning Flea Theater in Tribeca. Currently, she is a school librarian in Los Angeles, where she lives with her family.

Reviews

PRAISE FOR NANTUCKET BLUE

"[Howland] evokes the Nantucket setting vividly . . . when it comes to indulgent beach reading, sometimes it's more fun to get pushed over by a wave than to stay safely on your towel."--The New York Times
PRAISE FOR NANTUCKET RED

"[R]eaders . . . will find this story multidimensional and enjoyable."--School Library Journal
PRAISE FOR NANTUCKET RED

"In this novel about finding oneself and following your heart, Howland creates a character that readers will be cheering for from beginning to end."--VOYA
PRAISE FOR NANTUCKET BLUE

*"Readers should feel empowered by Cricket's efforts to grow up into a strong, honest, and emotionally intelligent young woman, even as they are enchanted by the romantic and exclusive island setting. This is a natural beach read, but will easily win Howland year-round fans, too."--Publishers Weekly, starred review
"In this quirky tale of independence and triumph, a heroine takes a journey of self-discovery... Give this to romance readers and anyone who seeks adventure in the great wide somewhere."--School Library Journal
PRAISE FOR NANTUCKET BLUE

"Sand, secrets, Nantucket Reds, and romance. A fresh, feel-good debut."--The Boston Globe
"Howland portrays a grounded version of Hollywood... while keeping the story fun, engaging, and splashed with romance and wish fulfillment."--Publishers Weekly
"This book is a fun chic-lit read for the reality-obsessed, star-driven reader."--School Library Connection
"Perfectly captures the feeling of fledgling independence, with nothing but wits, hopes, and a few hundred dollars in the bank... An honest, grounded depiction of a young person's first steps into the real world. An engaging take on the pursuit of creative fulfillment."--Kirkus