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Ringwood, Vic., Nov 1, 2001 - Juvenile Fiction - 169 pages
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Destiny has enough to do, taking care of her three younger siblings and trying to keep Mama from spending the last of their money on the lottery. Destiny needs a job, and reading to the mysterious Mrs. Peck pays well. Destiny discovers secret worlds in Mrs. Peck's books--but never suspects that Mrs. Peck has a secret of her own that could change Destiny's life forever.

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This book was stupid. So what, that Peck lady hit a kid by accident? I dont care. I am also writting my own book. I don't suggest that you read Destiny.

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Vicki Grove is a medieval scholar and this is her first work of historical fiction. Her previous novels have received many state awards and honors and her most recent novel "Starplace" was a "School Library Journal" Best Book of the Year. SLJ called it a wonderfully wellwritten multilayered novel with lots of appeal. She lives in Lincoln, Missouri.

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