Alone at Ninety Foot

Alone at Ninety Foot

Mass Market Paperback | January 1, 2001

byKatherine Holubitsky

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Fourteen year old Pamela Collins is struggling to come to terms with her mother's death. Somewhat shy, Pamela is thoughtful, full of passion, often funny and sometimes tearful as she learns to cope with the emotional overload the tragedy has brought to her life. Her favourite things include walking alone in Lynn Canyon Park, the art of Emily Carr, and a certain boy with a "wicked grin." At the moment she dislikes her English teacher, shopping and being singled out for special treatment because of her motherís death. Pamela is tall and slim and mostly uncomfortable with her rapidly changing body. She is unsure of herself and unsure of the loyalty of her friends.

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Fourteen year old Pamela Collins is struggling to come to terms with her mother's death. Somewhat shy, Pamela is thoughtful, full of passion, often funny and sometimes tearful as she learns to cope with the emotional overload the tragedy has brought to her life. Her favourite things include walking alone in Lynn Canyon Park, the art of...

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PNLA Young Readers Choice Award NominationCanadian Library Association Book of the YearIODE Violet Downey Award WinnerBest Book for Young Adults - American Library AssociationPick of the Lists - American Booksellers AssociationNew York Public Library Books for the Teen AgeBest Books for Young Adults - Teacher Librarian Magazine".deals ...

Format:Mass Market PaperbackDimensions:192 pages, 8 × 5 × 0.45 inPublished:January 1, 2001Publisher:Orca Book PublishersLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1551432048

ISBN - 13:9781551432045

Appropriate for ages: 12

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Yes, that is the problem. That's the only problem. I want my mom back. I want her to knock at my bedroom door and come walking in. I want her to tell me to get my homework done. I want to go with her for a walk in the canyon, up the old logging trails where every step on the thick forest floor is a new adventure. Sometimes I get so, so mad at her for doing this to me.