The Life All Around Me by Ellen Foster

The Life All Around Me by Ellen Foster

Book - 2006
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Fifteen-year-old Ellen settles into a permanent home with a new mother, where she manages conflicted feelings through her ritual visits to the county fair, her poetry, and her growing relationship with marriage-oriented Stuart.
Publisher: Orlando, Fla. ; Toronto : Harcourt, 2006.
ISBN: 9780151012046
0151012040
Characteristics: 218 pages

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uncommonreader
Oct 07, 2012

I was looking forward to this sequel to "Ellen Foster", but the author seems to have lost her way in the intervening 20 years. In this book, Ellen is now 15, an exceptional adolescent hoping to go to Harvard. She comes to terms with her past through discovering more of her mother's life. The background is southern and backwoods. Overall, it seemed overally sentimental and unrealistic.

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