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Faith, Hope, and Ivy June

by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor

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Ivy June Mosley of Thunder Creek and Catherine Combs of Lexington participate in student exchange and keep journals, experiencing, and learning much. Cute and inspiring! ( )
  sar96 | Jan 2, 2014 |
Ivy June Mosley of Thunder Creek and Catherine Combs of Lexington participate in student exchange and keep journals, experiencing, and learning much. Cute and inspiring! ( )
  sar96 | Jan 2, 2014 |
Maine Student Book Award Nominee 2010-2011

I liked this book quite a lot, and it made me cry. Ivy June has been selected to part of an exchange program. She will spend time in Lexington, Kentucky with Katherine, and then later Katherine will come visit Ivy June in Thunder Creek. There are some culture clashes between the two worlds, to be sure. I must admit I had trouble placing the time period, and the only reason at times I could remember it was set in a modern era was the mention of cell phones. ( )
  scote23 | Dec 26, 2013 |
Through this book two girls from different parts of Kentucky come together to exchange lives for 2 weeks. The girls will travel and spend time with each other and their families while journaling about the experience. While both girls lead completely different lives, they realize that they have a lot more in common then they ever expected. As a reader we are taken on an emotional, but enjoyable story about two worlds coming together as one, even if it is on a small scale. ( )
  TastefullyJReef | Nov 21, 2013 |
Ivy June Mosely and Catherine Combs, two girls from different parts of Kentucky, are participating in the first seventh-grade student exchange program between their schools. The girls will stay at each other’s homes, attend school together, and record their experience in their journals. One is a well-off city girl, the other poor and from rural Appalachia. As the girls grow closer, they discover they’re more alike than different. A charming, enjoyable story. ( )
  Sullywriter | Apr 3, 2013 |
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During a student exchange program, seventh-graders Ivy June and Catherine share their lives, homes, and communities, and find that although their lifestyles are total opposites they have a lot in common.

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