Body of Water

Body of Water

Book - 2011
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After their trailer home and all their belongings are burned, twelve-year-old Ember and her Wiccan family move to a lakeside campground where Ember's anguish over losing her dog, as well as her friendship with the boy she fears started the fire, stops her from making new friends and moving on.
Publisher: New York : Feiwel and Friends, 2011
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780312612542
0312612540
Branch Call Number: / FICTION DOOLEY SARAH
Characteristics: 324 p. ; 22 cm

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maya9431
Feb 15, 2017

OMG, the best book I EVER Read!!! My friend says it looks boring at the cover, but they judged the book by its cover! So don't make the same MISTAKE!! IT'S THE BEST BOOK IN THE WORLD WITH AN EVEN STRONGER MESSAGE! IN MY OPINION I WOULD RATE THIS BOOK 5 STARS!!

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sanvir
Jan 14, 2015

i didnt even read it yet but looking at these comments i feel its gonna be a good book but reading the description it doesnt really seem like a very intresting book but it wont hurt me to try it right so hope i dont die out of boredom if i dont like it but im pretty sure i would but what'ev i will try reading and i will finish it even if i dont like it,but thanks for sharing your thoughts people it really helps out peopleif they didnt read the book yet but thanks anywaay!!!
p.s. i will post my opinon about the book after i read it thx for the help! byeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee(NOT)

BPLNextBestKids Jun 21, 2012

12-year-old Ember lives in a trailer park with her family until their trailer is burnt down leaving them homeless and at the mercy of do-gooders who look down on the family because they are Wiccans and cast spells instead of praying. Though the family had very little before, now they have nothing and must move to a campground with only tents, no electricity, no vehicle and no jobs for Ember’s parents. This is a story of a girl who is afraid to make friends and is afraid to let go of her desire for revenge. This book is a lesson for those of us who feel we should have “more” as we see how little this family has left. Reviewed by BPL volunteer EE.

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iluvcathycassidy
Apr 13, 2012

Amazing! one of the few that captures your interest right from the start and never lets it go, A brilliant read I didn't want it to end!

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