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Mischief and Malice (Addie Agnew #2)

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Set in New Orleans, Louisiana, on the eve of World War II, Mischief and Malice is a brand new work from an iconic figure in young adult literature. Following the death of her Aunt Eveline, fourteen-year old Addie—who we first met in Berthe Amoss's classic Secret Lives—is now living with her Aunt Tooise, Uncle Henry, and her longtime rival cousin, Sandra Lee. A new family h ...more
Paperback, 208 pages
Published May 5th 2015 by Lizzie Skurnick Books (first published April 27th 2015)
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It's 1941 and in New Orleans, Addie Agnew, 14, is a girl with a vivid imagination and some big growing pains. Addie had been living with her Aunt Eveline in a house that she loved and that contained all her memories. But when Aunt Eveline passed away, Addie was forced to move next door and live with her Aunt Toosie, Uncle Henry and her cousin/rival Sandra Lee. But luckily for Addie, her strong Catholic faith and the communion of saints allows her to keep a running conversation with Aunt Eveline, ...more
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Born and raised in New Orleans, Berthe Amoss has never stopped writing about her home city. She is the author and illustrator of twenty-eight children's and young adult books. Her picture book The Cajun Gingerbread Boy won a Children's Choice Award and The Chalk Cross was a finalist for the Edgar Allen Poe Award.
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