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Love Ya Like a Sister: A Story of Friendship

by Julie Johnston

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Exchange of e-mails between a young girl who just moved to France and her friends in Canada. As the exchange continues, she founds out she has a severe form of leukemia. She dies shortly after. Her mother published these e-mails in homage to her daughter. Delightful and heart-wrenching. ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0887764541, Paperback)

Sixteen-year-old Katie had just begun a year in Paris with her family when she died suddenly. Her family was devastated, but they drew comfort from Katie’s extensive e-mail correspondence to her many friends. In page after page, her family read how Katie explored the nature of friendship, her belief in God, and her desire to understand what constitutes real love among friends.

Award-winning author Julie Johnston has brought together Katie’s correspondence. The result is both a testament to a girl who had so much to offer – and more important, perhaps – a blueprint for real sisterhood.

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