Remembering Mrs. Rossi

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Candlewick Press, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 143 pages
23 Reviews
Mementos from her mother's students help a young girl to grieve in a middle-grade novel by award-winning author Amy Hest.

Eight-year-old Annie lives in a sunny apartment in Manhattan with her father, Professor Rossi. Life would be pretty good if only Annie didn't so achingly miss her mother. When Mrs. Rossi died suddenly, she left not only Annie but also a classfull of students who pour out their hearts in a scrapbook Annie will treasure forever. With tenderness and humor, Amy Hest reveals the struggles of a father and daughter as they forge a new life together.
  

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User Review  - jraeke1 - LibraryThing

There were things I liked about this book and things I did not like about this book. The thing I liked about this book is that the book is written entirely from the perspective of a little girl who ... Read full review

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User Review  - Summer Valencia - Goodreads

This is an amazing story about an 8 year old girl losing her mother. Her and her father go through grief, fun, and hard times, but they still make it through as a family . Great book over all! Read full review

Contents

Meeting Annie Rossi Age 8
1
The Night Walks
9
Annies Blizard
29
Summer People
101
Copyright

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About the author (2007)

Amy Hest is a three-time winner of the Christopher Medal and winner of the BOSTON GLOBE-HORN BOOK Award. She lives in New York City.

Heather Maione has illustrated several books for children. She lives on Long Island, New York.

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