Never to be Told

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Orca Book Publishers, Sep 1, 2006 - Juvenile Fiction - 224 pages
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Asia has lived with elderly Ira and his wife Maddy on their farm for as long as she can remember. When Ira has a heart attack Asia's world is turned upside down. Faced with the possibility of losing the only family she has ever known, Asia is frightened but fascinated by the appearance of a ghost that only she can see and hear.
 

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Asia has lived with Ira and Maddy for as long as she can remember. When Ira becomes hospitalized due to a heart attack, and Harry, their son, arrives and starts bossing everyone around, Asia is quite ... Read full review

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This book was okay. It was well written and the story line is good but I don't feel like this book is a must read.

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Contents

Chapter One
1
Chapter Two
7
Chapter Three
10
Chapter Four
12
Chapter Five
19
Chapter Six
22
Chapter Seven
27
Chapter Eight
34
Chapter TwentyTwo
105
Chapter TwentyThree
112
Chapter TwentyFour
116
Chapter TwentyFive
120
Chapter TwentySix
128
Chapter TwentySeven
134
Chapter TwentyEight
140
Chapter TwentyNine
146

Chapter Nine
38
Chapter Ten
43
Chapter Eleven
50
Chapter Twelve
53
Chapter Thirteen
58
Chapter Fourteen
65
Chapter Fifteen
70
Chapter Sixteen
74
Chapter Seventeen
80
Chapter Eighteen
86
Chapter Nineteen
91
Chapter Twenty
99
Chapter TwentyOne
102
Chapter Thirty
151
Chapter ThirtyOne
157
Chapter ThirtyTwo
163
Chapter ThirtyThree
170
Chapter ThirtyFour
176
Chapter ThirtyFive
182
Chapter ThirtySix
186
Chapter ThirtySeven
191
Chapter ThirtyEight
196
Chapter ThirtyNine
203
Chapter Forty
208
Chapter FortyOne
211
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About the author (2006)

Becky Citra is the author of more than a dozen books for young readers. When Becky is not writing, she gardens, hikes, skis and reads. Becky lives with her husband and daughter on a ranch where she has ridden and trained horses for thirty years in Bridge Lake, British Columbia.

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