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Dear Anjali by Melissa Glenn Haber
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Nov 29, 11

really liked it
bookshelves: middle-school, girl-protag, self-esteem, death
Read in October, 2011

“I hate that you’re DEAD,” types Meredith. Losing your best friend at the age of twelve is unthinkable. But Meredith must face the fact that Anjali is now gone. Somehow, writing letters (especially ones written on a typewriter when you-really-pound-your-fingers) to Anjali makes Meredith feel like she is able to keep a part of Anjali alive and close. Read through Meredith's poignant, spot-on, and sometimes funny letters to see how this 12-year old tries to manage her significantly muddled-up, complicated middle school life. A wonderful story, especially for a young girl grieving over the loss of a close friend.

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