Drawing the Ocean

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Macmillan, Oct 3, 2006 - Juvenile Fiction - 170 pages
11 Reviews
A gifted painter, Sadie comes from California to Connecticut determined to fit in at her new school. Yet her first attempt at making friends in the new town backfires when she reaches out to the loner everyone calls Fryin' Ryan, the very last person who can help her achieve her dream. And to further complicate matters, her twin brother, Ollie, keeps appearing to her, seeming to want something. Her twin brother, who died when they were twelve.
  

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User Review  - graceschumann - LibraryThing

This book, although short, was actually pretty good. It could have been longer and didn't really give much insight into what changes she really embarks on in discovering herself. What it did offer was ... Read full review

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User Review  - JoAnn - Goodreads

I liked how the book was not centered around her still seeing her brother, even though it contributed to the story a lot. Also I thought the ending felt rushed, but other then that this was a really good book. Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
3
Section 3
12
Section 4
19
Section 5
23
Section 6
26
Section 7
31
Section 8
37
Section 15
82
Section 16
91
Section 17
96
Section 18
101
Section 19
105
Section 20
124
Section 21
133
Section 22
145

Section 9
40
Section 10
52
Section 11
55
Section 12
61
Section 13
67
Section 14
74
Section 23
149
Section 24
159
Section 25
162
Section 26
169
Section 27
173
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About the author (2006)

Carolyn MacCullough's first book, Falling Through Darkness, praised as "a promising debut" by The Horn Book, was a New York Public Library Best Book for the Teen Age. In its starred review of Stealing Henry, Booklist noted the "flawless" dialogue. She lives in New York City.

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