Astorm is coming. Big Oak told Ruby Butterfly and Ruby Butterfly told Ruby the girl. But how does Ruby the girl tell everyone else? Her grandmother, Mammaloose, will say it’s Ruby’s imagination—not real. Like Ruby’s memories of her mama and daddy—just make-believe. But this storm isn’t make-believe. It’s coming hard and strong, set to destroy everything in its path. And if the storm is real, maybe Ruby’s memories are, too.
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Review: Ruby's ImagineUser Review - Magdalen Dobson - Goodreads
I still can't figure this book out altogether. The outside story is quite easy to grasp--one girl's perspective on Hurricane Katrina and the devastation and abuse of the poor that goes on in the ... Read full review
Review: Ruby's ImagineUser Review - Kegan - Goodreads
"A butterfly the color of my name did tell me that a Big Spin was coming our way"(Antieau 1). This is how the book begins. A very interesting I thought maybe this was a quote maybe I thought the ... Read full review
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