Adam and Eve and Pinch-Me by Julie Johnston

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15 year-old Sara Moone has lived in many fos ter homes, having been abandoned by her parents at birth. Sh e protects herself from emotional attachments and her only c onfidant is her computer, through which we learn of her wish to turn 16. '
 

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Published August 1, 1996 by Orchard Books. 192 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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With a wry eye, keen pacing, and a wonderfully nimble narrative, the author of Hero of Lesser Causes (1993) stirs up something saucy and fresh from the seasoned material that also animated The Great Gilly Hopkins and Missing May. Sara Moone, in foster care since birth, has grown a stiff, prickly ...

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A hard veneer encases 15-year-old Sara.

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A 15-year-old foster child is placed in a loving family—except for their delinquent teen, who nearly destroys the family.

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