Priscilla Twice by Judith Caseley

No critic rating

Waiting for minimum critic reviews

See 1 Critic Review

unrated

Synopsis

Priscilla loves both her parents, but they're getting a divorce. Now, she will live in two places and two of everything. But she only wants one thing--one family. This story deals with a not-uncommon situation, and like Priscilla, young readers will learn that where you live is not what matters--it's who you love and who loves you. Full-color.
 

About Judith Caseley

See more books from this Author
Judith Caseley was born in the small town of Winfield, New Jersey, a converted army development. She went to Syracuse University and majored in English, but felt she never would get all of the reading done because she worked in the cafeteria. I switched into art in my sophomore year. During her four years in college, she never took a single course in illustration or writing. Ten years later, from greeting cards to gallery work, she became an author and illustrator of children's books. She worked part-time as a receptionist for years until she could support herself. Much of Judith's work is semi-autobiographical. She takes small events from her life or from the lives of her children, and fictionalize them. "Field Day Friday" was based on her son Michael's field day, when his new sneaker fell off in the middle of the race. Judith wrote "Praying to A.L." while my father was dying of Alzheimer's Disease. It is a book that is close to her heart. It deals with loss, death, and rebirth.
 
Published August 1, 1995 by Greenwillow Books. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books.

Unrated Critic Reviews for Priscilla Twice

Publishers Weekly

See more reviews from this publication

But unlike many children of divorce, Priscilla has the love and support of two caring-nay, perfect-parents who are willing to put Priscilla first: Her parents swap Priscilla's favorite recipes and respond to her tantrums with laughter and hugs, and the father moves no farther than ``down the stre...

| Read Full Review of Priscilla Twice

Rate this book!

Add Review