Love, Aubrey is the story of eleven-year-old Aubrey, who finds herself living all alone. It’s okay, for a while. She buys plenty of SpaghettiO’s to eat and a pet fish to keep her company. While SpaghettiO’s and pet fish are both wonderful things, sometimes even the strongest people find they need a little more.
While Love, Aubrey is best described as a book for readers ages 9-12, the story itself may appeal to readers of any age. Click here to read an excerpt.
Look for Love, Aubrey from Wendy Lamb Books in the US and Puffin in the UK.
Love, Aubrey will also be released in German by Cecilie Dressler Verlag; Swedish by B. Wahlstroms; Korean by Random House Korea, Seoul; Dutch by Van Goor; Indonesian by Penerbit Matahati and Japanese by Tokuma Shoten.
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Elise has loved her life with Aunt Bessie and Uncle Hugh so far, and she’s always been best friends with her neighbor, Franklin. But when Elise starts middle school, suddenly everything goes wrong: more family moves into their house; things with Franklin seem off, somehow; she can’t keep up in school; and her locker partner is a nightmare.
That’s when Elise discovers a secret, one that has been waiting for her since she was a little girl.
She’s never given much thought to the eight locked rooms above her uncle’s workshop in the barn; that is, not until she’s ready for something to change, not until she finds a key with her name on it…
Eight Keys is recommended for ages 9-12. Click here to read an excerpt.
Look for Eight Keys from Wendy Lamb Books in the US and Puffin in the UK.
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