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13 Little Blue Envelopes by Maureen Johnson
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Jul 14, 2009

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bookshelves: fiction, youngadult, travel
Read in July, 2009

Ginny Blackstone is a lot like me. She is quiet, shy, and not at all used to putting herself out there. So when her free-spirited and AWOL aunt dies, Ginny is crushed. Then she receives a package in the mail containing 13 little blue envelopes. The first envelope instructs her to buy a backpack, a plane ticket, and get to a certain flat in London. At 17, she barely convinces her parents to let her go. And this is definitely out of her comfort zone - she is scared to death. But she does it, and each envelope has another mission inside, which leads Ginny farther (literally and figuratively) than she ever thought she would go.

Interesting and wonderful, but a little too close to home for me to love it.

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