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When Leah Reinhart was six years old her family moved to an unlikely neighborhood on a hill much like the country—a place where everyone dressed and lived like they were living a real-life Little House on the Prairie. Yet their new home was in Oakland, California, and everything surrounding Leah’s neighborhood was the polar opposite of their old-fashioned lifestyle. As an ...more
Paperback, 216 pages
Published June 5th 2018 by She Write Press
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Cheryl
Jun 17, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Mrs. Reinhart starts out with her son asking why anyone would read her book as she is not famous. Mrs. Reinhart replies because everyone had a unique story. She is right. Everyone does have a story to tell. I am glad that Leah decided to share her story with the world.

Moving to a new neighborhood and making new friends is hard. I can remember growing up and there was only about two real good kids in my neighborhood that I had as friends. I had others from school but not many either due to my na
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Stephanie Sherwood
Jun 19, 2018 rated it really liked it
Leah’s story reflects the twists and turns life can take beginning with childhood. Her accounting highlights the significance of nurture versus nature, the environment in which one is raised, the people who surround and influence you and the choices one makes in life. It is the decisions in life that define us as people. Meeting Leah as an adult and seeing her success is proof that she has the resilience and determination to overcome many difficult obstacles she was faced with in life. Leah is a ...more
Sarah
Jul 11, 2018 rated it really liked it
Such a good story. So glad that Reinhart was able to share her life through this book. a very good read and relatable for a lot of people.
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