The Sun Will Come Out

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Product Details

Price
$12.95  $12.04
Publisher
Orca Book Publishers
Publish Date
Pages
296
Dimensions
5.0 X 7.4 X 0.9 inches | 0.66 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781459825871

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About the Author

Joanne Levy is the author of the award-winning Sorry for Your Loss, a book set in a funeral home inspired by the one her dad manages. Her other books include The Sun Will Come Out, Fish Out of Water, and Bird Brain. She can usually be found at her computer, either creating spreadsheets (sometimes just for fun) or channeling her younger self into books. Joanne lives in rural Ontario, Canada, with her husband and several pets, one of whom vomited during the writing of this bio.

Reviews

"An endearing coming-of-age story that will make you laugh, cheer, and warm your soul."--Jennifer Nielsen, NYT bestselling author of the Ascendance series and the historical novels Resistance and Rescue
"The story gives voice to the experience of Jewish preteens; chronic illness and disability are also sensitively tackled in this complex tale about difference, acceptance, and self-confidence. A heartfelt tear-jerker about love, friendship, and courage."-- "Kirkus Reviews"
"A story very much on target for its pre-teen audience, especially its pre-teen Jewish audience. Recommended."-- "CM: Canadian Review of Materials"
"Books about gaining independence at summer camp are a crowded field, but there is plenty of room for this sweet, fresh take."-- "School Library Journal"
"Levy's narrative is spot on."-- "Booklist"
"The challenges Bea faces will be familiar to readers of all backgrounds...She is a realistic and relatable eleven-year-old girl who learns and grows in a delightful coming-of-age tale."-- "Association of Jewish Libraries"
"Levy's work is sweet and inspiring...Through this realistic depiction of a shy girl's first summer away from home, this novel teaches its reader that being different doesn't may you an outcast and that this is always a silver lining."-- "Canadian Children's Book News"