Judy Blume (Author)
DescriptionWhat does it take to recover from tragedy? This masterful Judy Blume novel has a fresh new look. Davey Wexler has never felt so alone. Her father has just been killed--shot in a holdup at the 7-Eleven near their home. And now her mother has transplanted her and her little brother, Jason, to Los Alamos, New Mexico, to stay with family and recover. But Davey is withdrawn, full of rage and fear and loneliness. Then one day, while exploring a canyon, she meets an older boy who calls himself Wolf. Wolf is the only one who understands her--the only one who can read her sad eyes. And he is the one who helps her realize that she must find a way to move forward with her life. Davey is one of Judy Blume's most hauntingly true human beings, capturing the deep ways a person can change that can't be seen--only felt. Her story has been felt, deeply, by readers for decades.
Atheneum Books for Young Readers
April 29, 2014
5.4 X 1.0 X 8.2 inches | 0.5 pounds
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About the Author
Judy Blume is known and loved by millions of readers for her funny, honest, and always believable stories. Among her hugely popular books are "Blubber, Freckle Juice," and "Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret." Judy Blume is the recipient of the National Book Foundation's 2004 Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters. She lives in Key West and New York City. Visit her at www.judyblume.com.