Relative Strangers by Jean Ferris

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Berkeley is willing to give her long-estranged father another chance, but when he offers to take her on a tour of Europe, a host of unpleasant surprises awaits her on the Continent. By the author of Across the Grain.

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After receiving her MA in Music History and Literature at Arizona State University, Jean Ferris taught Music History and Appreciation at ASU. In addition to her work at the University, she has been involved with the music community by serving as a church choir director, singing with the Phoenix Symphony Chorale, playing the organ, and touring to Japan with her high school handbell choir--apparently the first handbell choir to perform in that country. Ferris is the author of two books: "Music: The Art of Listening" and "America's Musical Landscape".
Published August 1, 1993 by Farrar Straus & Giroux (J). 229 pages
Genres: Young Adult. Fiction

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It sounds like a dream vacation: after graduation, her father takes Berkeley for two first-class weeks in London and Paris;

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Berkeley, who lives with her mother in San Diego, has had little contact with her father except for a few awkward visits and for the inappropriate birthday gifts he has sent through the mail, even though he lives in Los Angeles.

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