13 Little Blue Envelopes

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HarperCollins Publishers, Apr 15, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 320 pages
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Everything about Ginny will change this summer, and it’s all because of 13 little blue envelopes...

Perfect summer read from Queen of Teen 2012

Ginny, aged 17, is left 13 little blue envelopes by her free-spirited young Aunt Peg. Little does she know just how much they will change her life...

• Inside envelope No 1 is money and instructions to buy a plane ticket.
• Inside envelope No 2 are directions to a specific London flat
• Inside envelope No 3 a note to Ginny says: Find a starving artist.
• And because of envelope No 4 Ginny and a man called Keith go to Scotland together, with somewhat disastrous – though utterly romantic – results.

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User Review  - StarlieLC - LibraryThing

Reading about the tasks and the countries she traveled, it's not the typical tourist-y part of the countries either. But this is a very wild, interesting, and crazy road trip adventure story and I enjoyed reading about Ginny's growth. Makes me want to go to the places traveled in the book Read full review

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User Review  - soradsauce - LibraryThing

Despite knowing from minute conversations and twitter posts that Maureen Johnson cracks me up, I was not expecting to legitimately laugh out loud at this book. It was a fun, light read - took me two ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Maureen Johnson was born in Philadelphia, but soon ran off to New York City to study writing and drama at Columbia University. Along the way, she served up hamburgers in the company of mad scientists and talking skeletons in New York, worked in a bar in Piccadilly Circus, nervously worked alongside 5 tigers in Las Vegas, and once got mixed up with the entire cast of a major West End musical. She is the author of The Key to the Golden Firebird and The Bermudez Triangle. You can visit Maureen online at www.maureenjohnsonbooks.com

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