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Flickering Hope by Naomi Kinsman
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May 15, 12

really liked it
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Read from May 10 to 14, 2012

Flicking Hope is the second book of the Sadie's Sketchbook series. Sadie, after moving from California is adopting her life to Michigan. She is also relieved that bear season is over. The bear, Patch, that her parents are studying under a grant, is safe and hibernating for the winter, until a family moved into an abandoned shack.

Sadie and her friends Ruth and Andrew are worried that Patch might be discovered, bringing Jim Paulson, hot on her trail to kill her.

Sadie couldn't figure out why Frankie who was mean and nasty to her when she first come to Michigan is suddenly nice to her. Sadie wasn't even sure is Frankie can be trusted with Path since Frankie is Jim Paulson's daughter.

Frankie also have her own reason for being nice. Sadie discovered one of the reason that Frankie is being nice is that she has been abandoned by her friends. Her friends think that Frankie is being a big shot due to a possibility that she will move to New York.

This book is about adolescents trying to help with the best intention may make several mistakes before they realized that by helping each other may accomplish more than doing the task by themselves and placing their faith in God's hands.
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Kai Flicking Hope is the second book of the Sadie's Sketchbook series. Sadie, after moving from California is adopting her life to Michigan. She is also relieved that bear season is over. The bear, Patch, that her parents are studying under a grant is safe and hibernating for the winter. Until a family moved into an abandoned shack.

Sadie and her friends Ruth and Andrew are worried that Patch might be discovered, bringing Jim Paulson, hot on her trail to kill her.

Sadie couldn't figure out why Frankie who was mean and nasty to her when she first come to Michigan is suddenly nice to her. Sadie wasn't even sure is Frankie can be trusted with Path since Frankie is Jim Paulson's daughter.

This book is about adolescents trying to help with the best intention may make several mistakes before they realized that by helping each other may accomplish more than doing the task by themselves and placing their faith in God's hands.


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