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Friday, May 20, 2011

Feeling Sorry for Celia

Author: Jaclyn Moriarty
Review Writer: Book Girl
Elizabeth isn't your average teenager. She is always getting letters from the association of teenagers on how to improve her performance. Celia, Elizabeth's best friend isn't ordinary either. She has a very short attention span and is constantly running away. While Elizabeth is facing troubles, Celia runs away. Normally, Celia tries to contact Elizabeth when she runs away but this time is different. With Elizabeth juggling a semi-crazy mother, letters from assorted societies and a new pen-pal English assignment she is missing Celia all the while.

A story of friendship and daring escapades, Feeling Sorry for Celia has a new place on my shelf of favorites.

Ages: 14+

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