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Miranda is deaf and her closest friend Timothy has disappeared at sea. Without him, communication is difficult, often embarrassing, sometimes impossible. Miranda is left alone, alienated, and unsure of herself. Thrown into the company of Boone, a neighbor who helps her aunt keep up the yard, Miranda struggles with her loyalty to Timothy and her desperate need for someone w ...more
Hardcover, 106 pages
Published July 17th 1996 by Front Street, Incorporated (first published 1992)
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Kaylee Morgan
Nov 08, 2013 rated it it was amazing
This book is amazingly moving! It is about a girl who is deaf and the only person that treats her as a hearing person is her cousin, who is also her best friend. She goes to Summerhaven every summer to visit her cousin. One year, after she came home, she discovered that her cousin has drowned. The next summer, she starts having odd dreams due to the Cheshire Moon. A new neighbor is having the same dreams as her! Together they try to be kind, figure each other out, and figure out the mystery of t ...more
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Aug 14, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: young-adult
I haven't read a young adult book in years, but this happens to be the one other novel by the author of my favorite book from my teen years, The Door in the Lake. The Door in the Lake captivated and moved me as a teen and I've never forgotten it.

This book was equally as beautiful, moving, and heartfelt. It can be difficult to review a young adult book as an adult, the style is simpler, the themes more pronounced, but I felt I owed this book the chance. I am glad that I did.

Loss and friendship ar
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Jan 23, 2014 rated it it was amazing
My Instructors brilliance here convinced me to take her writing instruction. Nancy thanks for your kind words. You promised a sequel.
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Nancy Butts has had her head stuck in a book ever since she learned to read--and she's been writing stories for just as long.

She published her first poem at age ten, and decided after reading Madeleine L'Engle's "A Wrinkle in Time" in fifth grade that she wanted to be a writer, too. But she never thought she was good enough, so by the sixth grade she decided to be an astronomer instead: and after
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