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Brothers' War Library Binding – 2 Jun 2005

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  • Library Binding
  • Publisher: San Val (2 Jun. 2005)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1417677457
  • ISBN-13: 978-1417677450
  • Product Dimensions: 1.9 x 13.3 x 19 cm

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Patricia Hermes is a versatile and prolific award-winning author who writes for nearly every age group. She has written several titles in the successful My America historical fiction series (Scholastic). Her awards include The Smithsonian Notable Book Award, The C.S. Lewis Honor Award, NY Library/Best Book for the Teen Years, as well as many State Awards and Children's Choice awards. Four of her titles have also been made into movies. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
GREAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!! MUST READ!!!!!!!!!!!!! LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!! 18 Sept. 2001
By An 11-year old reader - Published on
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I just LOVE this book! A great sequal to the first book. It's mainly about a thirteen year old girl, Vada Sultenfuss, who has been assigned to do a project on someone she admires but never really met. Naturally, she chooses her mother, who died because of birth complications. Her dad's an undertaker, who remarried to Shelly, the lady that does the make up on the...uh, deceased people. Now Shelly's pregnant. It's not one of those fairytale stories, where Shelly's the evil wicked fairy stepmother, or anything. Really. Vada actually likes Shelly, but has mixed feelings about it. She doesn't mind there's a baby, but she feels bad about the fact that she'll have to give up her room, something her mom had chosen. Another thing is that she's afraid that Shelly might die too. In the mean time, she has her new friend Judy to think about, whose currently dating the oh-so-cool-and-totally-snott-faced...(drumroll, please)Kevin Phillips. Soon, she decides to go to L.A., her mothers bithplace, to find out more for her report. Once there, she meets up with her Uncle Phil, his girlfriend, and his almost stepson, Nick. It starts out as a bribery thing, really, with Uncle Phil paying Nick five bucks to take Vada from the airport, and ten to take her around the place. Vada finds Nick incredibly disagreeable and wonders why he tags along anyway, if he dislikes her so much. She finds out more about her mother, though usually dissapointing bits, but eventually confides in Nick pretty many things, such as her mood ring and Thomas J.They become friends, really good friends. Really, REALLY good friends. Dare I say, a little more? Then, she finds out about some guy her mother had already been married to, and begins to worry that this Jeffery Pommery guy could actually be her father. She finds out once she meets him, though, that she's wrong. Totally, completely, embarrassingly wrong. She even got to keep a vidio tape of her mother singing and acting. So, in one little Spring Vacation, she finds out about her mother, gets her ear pierced(barbaric customs, Nick calls it) and gets a sort of couisin, once Phil proposes. Not that they want to be couisins, they'd rather be... well, Vada doesn't say, but you know. Now, at the airport, she gets her first kiss. Second, actually, afterall, Thomas J. kissed her first in the first book, but that's another story. Anyway, guess who does it? Nick, of course. On her way back on the airplane, she finds a tiny box with the chandeleir earrings that she wanted, along with a note saying, "In memory of barbaric customs. Love, Nick." Intrigued by the "love" part? Too bad for you, that's basically the last we ever heard of Nick. Once home, she rushes to the hospital to find that she is now a sister. Stepsister. Whatever, you know what I'm talking about. I'm not about to tell you the end- okay, I already told you most of it, but still, it's REALLY worth reading!! Since most people will probably see how long this review is, they'll probably skip it. Well, there goes twenty minutes writing to a waste. Oh well. Just one last thing: YOU...MUST...READ...THIS...BOOK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
An exciting Book! 26 Mar. 2000
By Tanice - Published on
Format: Mass Market Paperback
This Book Is about a girl Named Vada. Her mother died before she could know her mom. She has a stepmother Shelly. Now she is pregnant and Vada is being kick out of her room for the baby on the way. She had a best friend Thomas that died two years ago. She got a necklace from him before he died. Vada had a chance to find out about her mother by visiting an Uncle Phil in Los Angeles. Her uncle had a stepson Nick, that showed her around Los Angeles. They found out a little bit of information about her mom due to the fact that the Highschool that her mother went through was burnt down. Nick and Vada were looking all over for A guy named Jeffrey Pommeroy address and they got the address that made them so happy! Vada and her Uncle Phil were driving close to Jeffrey Pommeroy's house suddenly, they found the house and then Vada went in and Talk to Jeffrey. He told Vada about her mother's past. Vada asked Jeffery If he had any Pictures Of her Mother but he said no. I have something better, it was a movie about your mother. He asked Vada If she would like to keep the movie of her mother and she said, that she wouldn't mind at all. Jeffery gave her a hug and then gave him a hug back. Well This book Is a really good book! You have to read what will happen to Vada and everything else. So Read the ending of My Girl 2 It's a great book!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
My Girl 2 5 Sept. 2000
By Tichiba - Published on
Format: Mass Market Paperback
A project another project, but this one is about someone she knew nothing about. Vada Sultenfuss is in English and the day is almost over. In the last few minutes of class, she was told that she had to do a project. When the teacher asked who she was going to do it on she said she would do it on her mother.When she sais that, the class was silent. The next week was spring break, so she wanted to go to L.A. to see if she could find anything out about her mother's life. After, finally persuading her dad to let her go, she was of to L.A. When, she got to the airport she was supposed to find a boy named Nick who would take her to her uncle. Lucky for her she finds him. Unlucky for her he has a bad attitude. Nevertheless, the two of them get a taxi and are off to her uncle's house. For the next five days of her search for information about her mother, nothing but misfortune cane her way. These adventures create an enjoyablebook that I think any girl who likes adventures will have trouble putting it down until the last page.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
A good, but non-believible book 30 Mar. 1999
By A Customer - Published on
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This book was a very good book, but it was hard to believe that any of the things in this book would really happen. From living in a loft, to serching Califorina for imformation on your dead mother,to kissing your soon-to-be cousin, it is to non-realistic for a real-life book. Although there is a good plot, and it is definatly a book that I could read time after time.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
"I couldn't put the book down!" 29 Sept. 1998
By A Customer - Published on
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My Girl 2 is verry heart warming story.Vada is such a fantastic character.She is determined to do what ever to find out about her mom. I think that her mom's life was intresting.I really liked the ending and I recomend this book to everyone.
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