Grace Above All
What's that pink thing out on the lake? Grace realizes with horror that the distant pink smudge on the water is her youngest sister, Beth, drifting farther and farther offshore atop an inflatable raft. There's no time to lose, and Grace never dawdles anyway. Struggling through the cold waves, Grace gradually closes in on her terrified sister. At that moment, boys are the last thing on Grace's mind. But a boy turns up to assist in the rescue. And he's really handsome. Together Frankie and Grace tow Beth back to safety, and Grace begins to hope that maybe - despite having to take care of three younger siblings, despite an oblivious mother smoking her brains out, despite the ancient great-aunt and her mysterious daughter - maybe this summer vacation won't be so bad after all.
In the companion to The Summer Sherman Loved Me, a determined heroine discovers that she can indeed rise above it all.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser 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
LibraryThing ReviewUser 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