Sara Jane Is a Pain
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Sara Jane Is a Pain

4.6 of 5 stars 4.60  ·  rating details  ·  5 ratings  ·  4 reviews
For Liz McCormick, life seems good, as along as she can avoid dealing with her self-centered teenage sister, Sara Jane. Liz and her family live on a small farm where she takes care of animals and helps her parents with the chores. Sara Jane is too wrapped up in her social life, and is practically glued to her cell phone. When Liz's parents go away for a weekend, they decid...more
Paperback, 144 pages
Published May 1st 2011 by Little Creek Books
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Sarah
This book is awesome. I have liked a lot of books, and there have been a lot of books that I had thought were the best books in the world, but this book is better than them all. This book is about this girl named Liz and her sister Sara Jane and their lives. Like most sisters, they get into many fights, but deep down they care about each other. The authors of this story made this book awesome and I never wanted to put it down. I loved the twists and turns of the story and I recommend this to eve...more
Rebecca Spindler
Jul 03, 2011 Rebecca Spindler rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
Wonderful first book in the "Tale of Two Sisters" series, story evolves around Liz, an eleven-year old tomboy on the brink of entering middle school, and her sister, Sara Jane, a seventeen-year old longing for a life beyond high school filled with boyfriends, shopping, and adventure.
Christine
Fantastic book! Gifted a copy to my niece, a voracious reader, and she delighted in reading it. She couldn't wait for the next in the series! I highly recommend this book!
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Rebecca has a richly diverse heritage reaching from the Appalachia Mountains region of Virginia to shores of the Philippine Islands and nesting in the Wisconsin heartland. She is a frequent speaker on the creative writing process for students of all ages. Her book, LIFE ACCORDING TO LIZ was nominated for a 2012 Parents' Choice Award. MOVING OUT AND MOVING ON recognized for 2013 Tofte/Wright Childr...more
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