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Lisa I have your book in my possession here in Perrysburg, NY.  I am about to send it to my granddaughter in Virginia.  She is in sixth grade.  She is an A student but does not like to read anymore (social life ) since their move to Va. from Ohio where there were no girls to play with.  I think your book will keep her interested especially with the super short chapters and being age appropriate.  Personally the book was a God sent to me.  We were on the way to Myrtle Beach, S.C. where I found your book in the bathroom in West VA.  Did you really put that book in the bathroom or did someone just leave it?  Anyway, I fear my husband's driving.  In the past I read magazine articles, suduko, crosswords.  All are short and of course I would look up and be afraid because he was driving too fast.  But your book held my interest especially with identifying certain characteristics with my granddaughter and nieces with Abby.  I'm interested to hear if Jess can see certain traits too.  I'm going to ask her to find out if any of her girlfriends
want to read it too.  Knowing the girls, they will.  Reading your book on the way home certainly made my trip very pleasant.  So thank you.  Is this your first book?  I have told many people how I enjoyed Abby.  Is there a sequel?  Let me know of you next book.  You have my e-mail address.  Thanks again Lisa.  Sharon Maltbie
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