Beat the Turtle Drum
The heartwrenching story of how a young girl comes to terms with her sister's death. "Here is a book to read and remember".--Publishers Weekly. "A touching, poignant story".--Booklist. An ALA Notable Book and an IRA-CBC Children's Choice.
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Kate and Joss are sisters. Leading up to Joss' eleventh birthday, she has been saving all her money to rent a horse for a week. Kate narrates with a loving tenderness for her little sister, even ... Read full review
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