Circle of Secrets by Kimberley Griffiths Little

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Critically acclaimed author Kimberley Griffiths Little weaves a haunting story of friendship and family and the power of faith, once again set against the lush backdrop of the Lousiana bayou.

After her mother walked out on Shelby Jayne and her dad, Shelby thought she'd never speak to her mamma again. But with her dad leaving the country for work, it turns out she doesn't have a choice: Shelby has to move back into her mamma's house, deep in the heart of the Louisiana bayou.

Her new classmates tease and torment her, so Shelby's relieved to finally find a friend in Gwen, a mysterious girl who lives alone on the bayou. But Shelby can't help wondering if Gwen has something to do with the puzzling messages she finds hidden in the blue bottle tree behind her house. The only person who might be able to explain is her mamma -- but Shelby's not ready to ask. Not yet. It may take a brush with something from the beyond to help Shelby see that the power to put her own ghosts to rest is within her reach.

Kimberley Griffiths Little's haunting and powerful tale brings one girl's attempt to grapple with family, friendship, and forgiveness to beautiful, vivid life.
 

About Kimberley Griffiths Little

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Kimberley Griffiths Little is the author of two previous novels and is the recipient of the Southwest Book Award. The author lives in Albuquerque, NM.
 
Published October 1, 2011 by Scholastic Press. 341 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books. Fiction

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When her dad takes a job overseas, 11-year-old Shelby must stay with the mother who walked out on both of them a year earlier.

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