Grace Above All

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University of Minnesota Press, 2007 - Families
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When thirteen-year-old Grace, her mother, and four siblings go to her mother's childhood cabin by a lake over the summer, as usual Grace is in charge of all the kids while her mother does nothing, but after meeting some relatives Grace becomes a bit more understanding, and learns to stand up for herself.

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User Review  - satyridae - LibraryThing

This warmly nostalgic pair of books (The Summer Sherman Loved Me and Grace Above All) are not a series but are rather companion novels with shared characters. Realistic and well-done, they capture a moment in time and a moment in girlhood with humor and poignancy. Read full review

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User Review  - aplanchak - LibraryThing

Jane St. Anthony’s "Grace Above All" reads like a lazy summer day, appropriate for its cabin-on-a-lake vacation setting, which exists outside of the passage of time. Sure, the days may pass slowly as ... Read full review

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