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I finished this book earlier today but "I Had To Wait A Bit Before "had to wait a bit before about it The voice of Missy the main character sounded amazingly similar to my own at that age and it brought back memories and feelings from those times in my Super Slime life that needed to settle aittle Missy is at that age where everything is changing her DNF You know you don t Plague in the Early Modern World like a book when the main character annoys you aot Twelve year old Missy s world expands when she and her fourteen year old brother Patrick get a summer job picking blueberries at a ocal farm Missy has a ot to contemplate as she fills her buckets with berriesher two best friends have eft for summer camp and her dad is getting remarried ending Missy s dream that her parents would get back together and they would all be a family again Missy is also intrigued by the two brothers who own the blueberry farm and the mysterious hedge going down the middle of the field dividing the property in half Although Missy oves working on the farm she wishes the other aspects of her Pronunciation Pairs Teachers Book life would stop changing so much including Patrick s growing fondness for Shauna one of the other berry pickers As someone who struggled uite a bit with the idea of change when she was younger I always appreciate books that help younger readers work out how to accept those changes in theirives Which is why The Secrets of Blueberries Brothers Moose Me made it uickly onto my must read books for 2015 Missy is a twelve year old girl who is slowly starting to see the world around her shift into something she doesn t fully understand Her older brother Patrick is starting to focus on his appearance and pulling away from her their father is getting remarried and even her two best friends are starting to pursue different interests So when Missy and Patrick find a summer job picking blueberries on a nearby farm Missy thinks that this is a perfect opportunity to remain close to her brother However secrets involving a Its a Whole Spiel long time feud on the farm and the blueberries themselves eventually begin to teach Missy the importance ofearning to accept change gracefully and how even when things do change there are often wonderful elements that will also remain the same Nickerson s tale of a girl who struggles to adapt to a world shifting around her is gentle and wholly relatable Missy No Risk Refused like anyone who has struggled while approaching burgeoning adolescence hasn t fully adapted to the idea of things becoming complicated in her expandingife she still wants to hold onto the black and white simplicity of having a set family unit and a certain group of friends So it s fairly unsurprising that as the summer progresses and things begin to change Missy begins to act out Nickerson does a great job of showing Missy s devastatation at realizing that many of the things that she once took for granted eg her friends always sharing her same interests might no Out of the Shadows longer be true and her stalwart determination to fight back andor hide against those changes But even as Missy indulges in typical rebellious behavior Nickerson is careful to color her actions with empathy Because of Nickerson s thoughtful characterizations rea. Determined to make some extra money twelve year old Missy and her older brother Patrick get summer jobs picking blueberries at aocal farm For Missy blueberry picking uickly becomes about than just money it's the perfect distraction from the fact that her two best friends have gone off to summer D assume it was set recently than it Im Not Millie! lets on Overall a cute book Interesting story a different perspective of being the pre teen of divorced parents This book addresses the desire we have for things to remain the same Iiked that because I think almost *every one has a fear of change at *one has a fear of change at time or another and it is the first juvenile fiction novel I ve read to address that head on I really enjoyed this book and how it is Salvation: A Novel (Salvation Sequence) like the really world where the older sibling tends to ignore the younger sibling thinking that they do not know much or thinking that everything they say is just from their imagination Missy s notooking forward to the summer Her best friends are growing up faster than she and are going off to a camp she can t afford Plus her brother Patrick seems to be growing away from her as well and her parents not only show no signs of getting back together but her father and his girlfriend are getting married Missy sees some chance of escape and earning some money in working at a A River of Royal Blood (A River of Royal Blood, local blueberry farm and she and Patrick both sign up with their mother s reluctant approval Missy finds it hard work but unexpectedly falls inove with the sense of being close to the earth and the source of actual food Patrick is just interested in Shauna who works in a bikini top and distracts him from earning much money There s also the mystery of the Hedge that separates the farm at which they re working Moose s farm from his brother Lyle s farm Many years ago there was a blood feud and the brothers no Transnasal Endoscopic Skull Base and Brain Surgery longer speak which makes for an odd situation As Missy feels Patrick pulling further away and her father s girlfriend getting too close Missy herself pulls away andearns a big secret at the blueberry farm Can she keep it to herselfI wasn t sure what I felt about this book I think the character is very believable but she s not always very nice she blackmails Patrick and plans to destroy her father s wedding I mean I wasn t good at accepting change at that age either but I wasn t nasty about it but then my parents are still married what do I know The first part of the book particularly when they got to the farm had an odd almost horror novel feel about it that threw me off and I wasn t sure what purpose that served The secret was interesting but no than that not worth the hype or the fallout Still some good Souvenirs de dbauches lifeessons Mes recettes veggie au robot-cuiseur - 150 ides faciles et rapides ! learned about not seeing things in black and white and growing up Just maybe not the book for me This book was aot about change and finding who you really are Missy the main character does not ike change one bit her best friends are growing up faster than she is and are going off to camp she can t afford Plus her brother Patrick seems to be growing away from her "AS WELL HER PARENTS NOT "well and her parents not show no signs of getting back together but her father and his girlfriend are getting married Missy sees some chance of escape and earning some money in working at a ocal blueberry farm and she and Patrick both sign up with their mother s reluctant approval This book had a ot of mysterious twists and turns and I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys mystery and realistic fiction. Ng her behind; the secrets of a ocal farm's blood feud; and most importantly the secrets of blueberriesAuthor Sara Nickerson infuses warmth and humor into this tender coming of age story about finding something special within yourself and a place to call your own in even the most tumultuous of tim.