Finding Daddy by Louise Plummer

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MIRA KENT IS nearing her 16th birthday and wants to know more about a father she doesn't remember. Her mother tells her she has all his good qualities, but isn't specific. With nothing but a photo of her father, Mira wants more. She writes him imaginary notes:

Daddy, darling, where are you? I need you in my life. Aren't you curious about me? About school? I have a boyfriend named Dylan. Mom says you both made the decision during the divorce that you wouldn't be part of my life. It was easier, she says. It hasn't been easier for me. Look for me, dearest Daddy, and I'll look for you. I'll look until I find you.

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About Louise Plummer

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Louise Plummer was born in the Netherlands and came to America with her parents when she was five years old. She and her husband, Tom, have lived in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and St. Paul, Minnesota. They now live in Salt Lake City, where she is an associate professor of English. Louise Plummer's most recent novel for Delacorte Press is The Unlikely Romance of Kate Bjorkman.About A Dance for Three, Louise Plummer says, "I knew I would write about a teenage pregnancy when a close relative of mine became pregnant. I realized that the pregnancy itself was only part of a whole group of problems; so with fifteen-year-old Hannah Ziebarth, I wanted to show how a pregnancy affects a girl who is already overwhelmed by a troubled life."&l
Published November 13, 2007 by Delacorte Books for Young Readers. 178 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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There is only one thing missing from 15-year-old Mira Kent’s almost perfect life: her Daddy.

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