The story of eleven-year-old Cammy, who must come to grips with the sudden death of her cousin and rival, Patty Ann. "Another wise, beautifully written book from this well-established master."--Kirkus
Being cousins doesn't mean you'll be friends....
Cammy loves her family -- except for her cousin Patty Ann. Though she knows she shouldn't feel this way, she can't help it. Patty Ann is too perfect to like, too perfect to be a friend.
Then one day something terrible happens, something that can't be changed. That's when Cammy learns the truth about Patty Ann, and about family love -- and forgiveness.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - pennsylady - LibraryThing
hree cousins set out on an emotional journey over a summer, in which there is rivalry, deep hostility, and a death. Death, cousins, grandmothers -- Juvenile fiction. Hardcover... challenge Read full review
COUSINSUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
Cammy is first seen paying one of her regular visits to a nursing home to see her grandmother, Gram Tut, undeterred by rules that say children must be accompanied by adults. But though Cammy is ... Read full review
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