Lizzy And The Good Luck Girl by Susan LubnerLizzy And The Good Luck Girl by Susan Lubner

Lizzy And The Good Luck Girl

bySusan Lubner

Hardcover | November 6, 2018

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Told with humor and heart, this is a middle grade story about family, friendship, and hope--plus cats in sweaters!


Living in the small town of East Thumb, Maine, upstairs from her family's diner, twelve-year-old Lizzy Sherman searches for signs to guide her and perhaps guarantee her a bump-free path through life. She pays attention to the clouds in the sky, the ice cubes in her water, the heart-shaped puddle of the juice her friend spilled. If only she can figure out what the signs are trying to tell her, she'll know what to do next.

When Lizzy and her best friend go searching for a stray cat and find a runaway girl instead, they want to help. And when Lizzy notices a tiny four-leaf clover tattooed on the girl's hand, she knows it's a sign. Lizzy hides the girl inside her bedroom closet, convinced the girl will be able to protect Lizzy's family from tragedy. But signs can be tricky, and what the girl has to offer may be more valuable that luck.
Susan Lubner is the author of three picture books and the middle grade novel, The Upside of Ordinary. Her stories have also appeared in Spider and Highlights. Besides reading and writing, Susan loves taking long walks, spending time on the water at Cape Code, the color blue, painting, and eating lots of chocolate. She lives in Massachu...
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Title:Lizzy And The Good Luck GirlFormat:HardcoverDimensions:224 pages, 8.62 × 5.75 × 0.88 inPublished:November 6, 2018Publisher:Running PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0762465026

ISBN - 13:9780762465026

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"Lizzy Sherman is the kind of kid you want to give a hug and a high-five to, as she tries to make the world a better place one lost cat (and one runaway kid!) at a time. I feel very fortunate to have found Susan Lubner's fresh, funny, and utterly unforgettable novel, Lizzy and the Good Luck Girl, which winningly imparts the wisdom that it's not enough to just hold on to lucky things... sometimes, you also need to let go."--Erica S. Perl, author of All Three Stooges and When Life Gives You O.J.