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The Lighthouse Code (Ellie Booton's Journal)

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Ellie Booton has two brothers - Eddie, who's twenty something and Fin, the shock late addition. Her father is a writer, preoccupied and self doubting. Her mother is waging a quiet battle against depression. Ellie's the middle kid occupying a pretty lonely space. They all live with Grandma, who wisely fills the gaps in Ellie's life with sensitive attention.

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Kindle Edition, 196 pages
Published October 2014 by Burdock House (first published December 1st 2013)
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This is the second Ellie Booton book and it differs considerably from the first. Book one, "Trouble at the Crab Shack Cafe", features young Ellie Booton. In it she recounts the events of a tumultuous summer in her little village. It's funny and insightful and introduces an endearing and perceptive new heroine in the person of Ellie Booton. There are many story lines, but the book is episodic and mostly tied together by the overlapping an
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I grew up by the coast and the sound of seagulls tap dancing on the roof kept me awake. I was a water-babe and could swim when I was three. I understood the tides and would head into the sea with a small surf board, unsupervised, and battle with the waves until my teeth chattered. It was a ridiculous amount of freedom - but it was different then.

I shared my life with the sweetest dog called Mitzi,