Keys to the City

Lisa Schroeder (Author)
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Description

Lindy can't believe she has homework this summer -- to find her true passion. Does curling up with a good book count? Probably not. Luckily, Lindy has the help of a new friend, a happy dog, and a special journal, as she hits the streets of New York City to unlock her secret talents!

Product Details

Price
$16.99  $15.63
Publisher
Scholastic Press
Publish Date
May 30, 2017
Pages
240
Dimensions
5.7 X 1.0 X 8.6 inches | 0.7 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780545907385
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About the Author

Lisa Schroeder is the author of over a dozen books for young readers, including My Secret Guide to Paris, Sealed with a Secret, Keys to the City, the Charmed Life series, and the YA novels All We Have Is Now and The Bridge from Me to You. She loves cookies, flowers, family hikes, books, movies that make her laugh and cry, and sunshine. Living in Oregon, she doesn't get nearly enough sunshine, but the hikes are amazing. Learn more at lisaschroederbooks.com and on Twitter @lisa_schroeder.

Reviews

Praise for Sealed with a Secret:

...a quick, charming read. The London setting and focus on two sisters make this ideal for readers who are a bit above the fluffy Cupcake Diaries series and its contemporaries. -- Booklist

...the pacing and setting development should satisfy young fans of Wendy Mass's Willow Falls series and other magic-laced middle grade romps. -- School Library Journal

Praise for My Secret Guide to Paris:

This love letter to the City of Light will have readers believing that everything's better in Paris. Schroeder (the Charmed Life series) lets the city's romance shine in a thoughtful story, laced with mystery and French vocabulary, about losing family and gaining individuality in a place where curiosity can bloom. -- Publishers Weekly

Nora's hopeful, openhearted character is beautifully depicted. -- Kirkus Reviews