Magic Tree House
Junie B. Jones
★ “Carver Briggs is a ‘seventeen-year-old funeral expert.’ After attending three consecutive services for his three best friends Mars, Eli and Blake, this may be the only thing he can say about himself anymore. It’s tragic enough that Carver’s friends were killed in a driving-while-texting car accident, but Carver feels responsible for it: it was his text that Mars was responding to when the accident happened. (‘Where are you guys? Text me back.’) Consumed by guilt, the aspiring author from Nashville can no longer write: ‘Your writing only has the …Read More >
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