The StepsBook - 2003
"If you think it's hard keeping track of all the Steps in my life, try being me.""The Steps" in Annabel's life are her "bazillion" stepbrothers, stepsisters, and half siblings. She is spending her Christmas vacation in Australia with her dad and his new family, and she hopes beyond hope that she can convince him to come back to the United States with her.But as Annabel realizes how much happier her dad is in Australia, she has to reconcile her jealousy of his new family with her desire to be a part of it. Can she share her father with them without losing him entirely?Annabel's account of her stay in Australia is funny yet tender, and is certain to ring true to anyone with a family that isn't quite traditional. Rachel Cohn, whose perfect grasp of teens' feelings came through so strongly inGingerbread,now proves that she understands preteens just as well.
Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, 2003.
Branch Call Number: F COH J
Characteristics: 137 pages
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