Amy's Story

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Random House Children's Books, 2001 - Juvenile Fiction - 100 pages
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Beautiful Amy March, the youngest March sister, is a talented artist. Everyone praises her lifelike portraits. The one person she can't draw is herself. So when a photographer's studio opens in town, Amy is thrilled. Now her pretty blond curls and piercing blue eyes can be captured forever in a photograph. Except that a photograph costs quite a bit of money -- more than she has, and more than her parents can give her. Amy thinks of a clever way to come up with the money . . . and soon she has enough. But she decides to spend her savings on a gift for her father -- a gift that will warm his heart when he's far away from home, and that ultimately gives Amy an unexpected gift in return.

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Susan Beth Pfeffer is the author of both middle-grade and young adult fiction. Her middle-grade novels include Nobody’s Daughter and its companion, Justice for Emily. Her highly praised The Year Without Michael is an ALA Best Book for Young Adults, an ALA YALSA Best of the Best, and a Publishers Weekly Best Book of the Year.

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