The Best Worst Summer

May 4, 2021|
The Best Worst Summer by Elizabeth Eulberg
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From the acclaimed author of The Great Shelby Holmes comes a new middle grade story about two summers-three decades apart-and the box of secrets linking them together.

This is going to be the worst summer ever for Peyton. Her family just moved, and she had to leave her best friend behind. She''s lonely. She''s bored. Until . . . she comes across a box buried in her backyard, with a message: I''m so sorry. Please forgive me. Things are about to get interesting.

Back in 1989, it''s going to be the best summer ever for Melissa and Jessica. They have two whole months to goof around and explore, and they''re even going to bury a time capsule! But when one girl''s family secret starts to unravel, it''s clear things may not go exactly as planned.

In alternating chapters, from Peyton in present day to Melissa three decades earlier (a time with no cell phones, no social media, and camera film that took days to develop, but also a whole lot of freedom), beloved author Elizabeth Eulberg tells the story of a mystery that two sets of memorable characters will never forget.

Elizabeth Eulberg has never buried a time capsule, but if she did, she''d add her books, including the acclaimed Great Shelby Holmes middle-grade mystery series and young adult novels Better Off Friends, Past Perfect Life, and more. She''d also add something cheesy from her home state of Wisconsin and a souvenir from London, where she ...
Title:The Best Worst Summer
Product dimensions:240 pages, 8.25 X 5.51 X 0.98 in
Shipping dimensions:240 pages, 8.25 X 5.51 X 0.98 in
Published:May 4, 2021
Publisher:Bloomsbury USA
Appropriate for ages:All ages
ISBN - 13:9781547601509

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