Moonpie and Ivy
A girl abandoned by her mother discovers the feeling of family
With a vividly depicted setting, emotional truth, and a distinctly Southern voice, Barbara O'Connor shows how Pearl develops a whole new notion of what she wants, and what she deserves.
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MOONPIE AND IVYUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
The twin challenges of loving and being loved form the theme of another Southern gem from the author of Me and Rupert Goody (1999). Twelve-year-old Pearl has spent her life moving from one place to ... Read full review