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Winter's Tide (Sisters in All Seasons)

by Lisa Williams Kline

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Young Reader Reaction: This is a great book to share with teenagers. It offers readers a good reminder to live a meaningful life and how to deal with your feelings. With Diana and Stephanie, teens can see that it is okay to allow yourself to explore your feelings and express concerns for others. Also, it shows readers that you can learn to be resilient, build trust with people that are in your life, and be supportive of others.

Adult Reader Reaction: Review pending.

Pros: This is a story that teen girls will relate to, even if they aren't sisters.

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0310726190, Hardcover)

The coldest season. Building a family is hard, especially with stepsisters who are complete opposites. During the bleak and dreary days of winter, Diana continues to be bullied at school, Stephanie continues hiding a painful secret, and both their lives are shaken by two tragic accidents. They discover a beached whale on the North Carolina shoreline, then Stephanie's brother is in a near-fatal car crash. The girls try pushing through the rockiness in their relationship and facing their challenges, until Stephanie's lie is finally revealed. Can Diana find forgiveness and faith in her darkest hours? Praise for Summer of the Wolves: This funny, gentle and compassionate story feels fresh, thanks to appealing, closely observed characters, both major and minor, and a compelling setting' --Kirkus Reviews

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"Building a family is hard, especially with stepsisters who are complete opposites. During the bleak and dreary days of winter, Diana continues to be bullied at school, Stephanie continues hiding a painful secret, and both their lives are shaken by two tragic accidents"--… (more)

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