Tall Tales

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Random House Children's Books, May 8, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 240 pages
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Meg's family has moved a lot because of her father's drinking. Meg arrives in her town longing to find a real friend, someone she can talk to and write stories with. When she and Grace join forces to write a book, she's thrilled that she has finally found someone who likes her for who she is, who trusts her and confides in her.

But she can't tell Grace about her father. Even though she hates to lie, Meg can't resist telling tall tales about her family and her life to Grace and other kids.

For Meg, friendship turns out to be the key to telling the truth, and also to a better life for her family.

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User Review  - Ava - Goodreads

A story of a young girl looking to fit in and make friends with a messed up dad and a family that she knows is falling apart she hopes to find friendship but in the process she ends up lying to her ... Read full review

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User Review  - Mackenzie R. - Goodreads

This is my very favorite book in the whole entire world. The first time i read it was in the 4th grade. Now, i am in 7th. I have read this book over 12 times, and i still love it. I cry at the end every time. It is just so sad, but definitely RECOMMENDED. Read full review

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Karen Day grew up in Indiana and now lives in Newton, Massachusetts, with her husband and three children. Her love of reading and writing has taken her through careers in journalism and teaching. This is her first novel. You can visit Day at her Web site: www.klday.com.

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