Visiting Miss Caples

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Penguin Group USA, Dec 1, 2001 - Juvenile Fiction - 168 pages
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Jenna has the perfect life until her father leaves and things get shaky with her best friend. To make matters worse, for a school assignment she must go and read to Miss Caples, an elderly shut-in. When Jenna runs out of stories to read, she asks Miss Caples how to deal with what's going on in her life. To surprise, she has more in common with Miss Caples than she thought.

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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

What at first appears to be a novel about average middle-schoolers and their tiny traumas reaches more depth as an intergenerational study of likenesses and differences, standing up for oneself, and ... Read full review

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I read this book when I was 13. It was great. One of the better books I have read. I would reccomend anyone to read this. One of the best! :)


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