Once Upon A Summer

Once Upon A Summer

Large Print - 1999
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When a twelve-year-old orphan who is living with his eighteen-year-old aunt - the only mother he's ever known - learns about the plans to find a husband for her guardian, he's not happy. They were an unusual family, but everything was just free the way it was. Not about to let his family be changed, the youngster makes it his mission to maintain the status quo. What he doesn't know is that change can be good - he could have the best kind of family...
Publisher: Thorndike, Me. : Thorndike Press, 1999.
ISBN: 9780786219704
078621970X
Branch Call Number: OKE
Characteristics: 203 p.; 21 cm.

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Feb 20, 2016

This was a very fun, interesting book. The story is told from the little boy's perspective which is very different for Janette Oke, but telling the story in this way creates a unique twist to the plot. The Older guardians are especially hilarious and delightful to read about. This is a nice read for any Janette Oke fans.

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