Win-It Wednesday: Alive and Well in Prague, New York by Daphne Grab
Last week's winner of two great Alyson Noel books is... Jamad! Send me your address, J!
This week, I'm giving away an oldie-but-goodie. Alive and Well in Prague, New York by Daphne Grab is the story of city-girl Matisse who finds herself in rural upstate New York after her dad gets sick. She has to adjust to hayrides, cheerleaders and small-town gossip, all while she deals with her father's illness.
It's a lovely book that I recently picked up again, and I thought it would make a great Win-It Wednesday!
To enter, leave a comment answering these Qs: Did you ever have to move while you were in school? What was the new place like for you? How did it change you?
I moved for 4th and 5th grade--from Chapel Hill, NC to Philadelphia, PA to help my grandparents when they were sick--and then we went right back to Chapel Hill (same house even!). I hated it at the time, but I think it made me a more adventurous person on the whole. That's my experience. What's yours?
I'll choose a winner at random next Wednesday.