Seven Clues to Home

Author: Gae Polisner Nora Raleigh Baskin

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An endearing story of love and grief as one girl follows the clues in a scavenger hunt left behind by her best friend, perfect for fans of Bridge to Terabithia and Nine, Ten. WHEN YOU’VE LOST WHAT MATTERS MOST, HOW DO YOU FIND YOUR WAY BACK HOME? Joy Fonseca is dreading her 13th birthday, dreading being reminded again about her best friend Lukas’s senseless death on this day, one year ago — and dreading the fact he may have heard what she accidentally blurted to him the night before. Or maybe she’s more worried he didn’t hear. Eitherway, she’s decided: she’s going to finally open the first clue to their annual birthday scavenger hunt Lukas left for her the morning he died, hoping the rest of the clues are still out there. If they are, they might lead Joy to whatever last words Lukas wrote, and toward understanding how to grab onto the future that is meant to be hers. “I truly loved it! Baskin and Polisner seamlessly unfold one touching relationship after another in this gorgeous story about everlasting friendship. This tender tale is indelibly etched on my heart.” –Leslie Connor, author of the National Book Award finalist The Truth as Told by Mason Buttle “Polisner and Baskin’s brief tale of two quite distant friends magically manages to bridge an uncrossable gap. Seven Clues to Home is both a charming mystery and a real meditation on the complexities of the young heart in love.” –Tony Abbott, Edgar Award-winning author of Firegirl and The Great Jeff “I read this whole book with a lump in my throat. A perfect gem.” –Wendy Mass, New York Times bestselling coauthor of Bob show more

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Weight 384 g

Gae Polisner Nora Raleigh Baskin


Random House USA Inc






147 x 218 x 24



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