February 9, 2012

Review: Songs for a Teenage Nomad by Kim Culbertson

After living in twelve places in eight years with her drifting mother, fourteen-year-old Calle Smith finds herself in Andreas Bay, California, at the start of ninth grade. Fearful of putting down roots anywhere, but armed with her song journal, she moves to her own sound track through a world that bounces her between the school drama crowd, a mysterious loner, and an unlikely boy who will become her first love. But it's the troubling truth she uncovers about her father that forces Calle to face the toughest choice of her young life.

This book is good, i can connect with it, so i believe that others will be able to relate to this book also. I would highly recommend it for people who have ties to music, and have had to deal with how it is to move from one place to a new one. This is a great book!

                    Publisher-Hip Pocket Press                     
Reviewer Rating: 5 STARS!!
Reviewed by~Madison Wolf (Student at Franklin High School)
~Thank you to the Author for the donation of this book to the Read for your Future book program!~

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