Remembering Mog

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HarperCollins Publishers, Aug 1, 1998 - Death - 135 pages
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About to graduate from high school, Annie is haunted by memories of her older sister's murder on the eve of her graduation two years earlier. Annie has always followed in her sister's footsteps, and now she can't see a future beyond the place where Mog's life ended. Only by seeking help is she able to let go of the hurt and hold on to the happy memories of her sister as she moves ahead with her own life.

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User Review  - madhamster - LibraryThing

This book is written from Annie's point of view, two years after the murder of her older sister Mog. Details of the time are referred to in flashbacks. Annie's mother reacts to the death by denying ... Read full review

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User Review  - Tysh Francis - Goodreads

I think this book does a fairly good job of showing how the loss of a loved one effects people differently and some merits of grief counseling. However, overall I just felt like this was a bit boring and lacking more substance. Read full review


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About the author (1998)

Colby Rodowsky is the author of many books for children and young adults, including "Not My Dog," an ALA Notable Book, and "Spindrift," which "School Library Journal "called a "well-paced, affectionate story" in a starred review. She lives in Baltimore, Maryland.

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