[New] (PS I Miss You) Author Jen Petro–Roy


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Jen Petro-Roy ´ 6 SUMMARY SUMMARY ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Jen Petro-Roy FREE READ PS I Miss You Th a distant great aunt All Evie wants is for her older sister to come back But when her parents forbid her to even speak to Cilla she starts sending letters Evie writes letters about her family torn apart and hurting She writes about her life empty without Cilla And she writes about the new girl in s. This book wrecked me At fist I just thought it was a sweet story albeit around some deeper topics but the end had me sobbing and I am not an easy book crier Literally I was reading in bed after my husband had gone to sleep and while I was able to be uiet I had to get out of bed because I was sobbing so hard I was shaking the bed and I was afraid I would wake him upCilla got pregnant in high school and her parents sent her away to live with an aunt in Virginia as they are super Catholics I say having been raised as a liberal Catholic and it s embarrassing and shameful to her parents Her little sister Evie finds her parents reaction to Cilla s pregnancy embarrassing and shameful Who send their child away in her moment of need Who denies that they have a daughter just because she made a mistake If this is what their religion tells them to do maybe Evie doesn t need their religion And given how they treated Cilla Evie can only imagine how her parents would behave if they found out about the feelings she s been having for her new friend June So instead she writes to Cilla first at their aunt s and then later at the Catholic boarding school where she s going to finish up school after the birth and adoption Cilla doesn t answer but Evie persists nonethelessCilla seems like she was a good big sister and even without her responses it s nice to see how Evie uses their one sided communication to help her work out some uestions about religion faith doubt trust love and grief And then there s a big twist And it s the aftermath of that twist that left me so touched that even weeks later when talking about that point in the book I still get teary eyed It s a powerful and moving book perfect for older preteens and younger teens covering some serious topics with a believable main character written with a deft hand Last to Die upCilla got pregnant in high school and her parents sent her away to live with an aunt in Virginia as they are super Catholics I say having been raised as a liberal Catholic and it s embarrassing and shameful to her parents Her little sister Evie finds her parents reaction to Cilla s pregnancy embarrassing and shameful Who send their child away in her moment of need Who denies that they have a daughter just because she made a mistake If this is what their religion tells them to do maybe Evie doesn t need their religion And given how they treated Cilla Evie can only imagine how her parents would behave if they found out about the feelings she s been having for her new friend June So instead she writes to Cilla first at their aunt s and then later at the Catholic boarding school where she s going to finish Night Moves up school after the birth and adoption Cilla doesn t answer but Evie persists nonethelessCilla seems like she was a good big sister and even without her responses it s nice to see how Evie Dark Tide Rising William Monk #24 uses their one sided communication to help her work out some

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Jen Petro-Roy ´ 6 SUMMARY SUMMARY ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Jen Petro-Roy FREE READ PS I Miss You Chool June who becomes her friend and then maybe than a friendAs she becomes better friends with June Evie begins to uestion her sexual orientation She can only imagine what might happen if her parents found out who she really is She could really use some advice from Cilla But Cilla isn't writing back. Interest Level 3 65 out of 5 StarsI don t even know where to start with this one This book is so full of raw emotion that it will have you laughing one minute and crying the next This is the story of Evie a 12 year old girl growing up in a very strict Catholic home When her sister is sent away to live with their distant aunt because she got pregnant at sixteen all Evie can do is write her letters As Evie writes to her sister Cilla she tells her everything that is going on in her life Evie has two best friends but when she meets June things begin to shift and Evie has to try to sort though these new feelings This is a story of lies deception finding yourself and having the courage to be yourself friendship love and so much Will Evie have the courage to expose her family secrets find her sister and become the person she thinks she is becoming Read this book to find out what happens to Evie June Cilla and the rest of her familyI am giving you fair warning that when you get to about the last 100 pages of this book you will not be able to put it down Jen Petro Roy s debut book is a winner and I cannot wait to read future booksThanks to the kidlitexchange network for the review copy of this book all opinions are my ownFollow meFacebook Laurie s Library Place laurieslibrary Laurie Purser Blazer Tales Lost Souls uestion her sexual orientation She can only imagine what might happen if her parents found out who she really is She could really

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Jen Petro-Roy ´ 6 SUMMARY SUMMARY ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Jen Petro-Roy FREE READ PS I Miss You In this epistolary middle grade debut novel a girl who's uestioning her sexual orientation writes letters to her sister who was sent away from their strict Catholic home after becoming pregnantEleven year old Evie is heartbroken when her strict Catholic parents send her pregnant sister away to stay wi. This book is AMAZING I beta read two early versions and cannot wait to read the final It s sweet and funny and wonderfulETA review of final published versionJen told me that the final product was different and better from the two versions I d read The second version was different and better from the first but I was still very skeptical How could this book be any better Well Somehow it is WitchcraftThis novel touches on almost everything in its 310 pages friendship family faith crushes teenage pregnancyand it s all handled with dignity and respect Nothing is gratuitous and nothing feels added for shock value Evie grapples with her faith and spends time trying to figure out what she believes as opposed to what she s been raised to believe and ultimately continues to find comfort in the church even when she s mad at God and her parents This is a story that trusts kids to draw their own conclusions Who s right in this Who s wrong If the wrong things are done can they still be done for the right reasons Are some things unforgivable These uestions will make sense in the context of the story when you read it but they re things to think about anyway rightThis would be a good book to read with your kids or as part of a book club Great discussions are sure to follow Highly highly recommended Lost Souls uestioning her sexual orientation writes letters to her sister who was sent away from their strict Catholic home after becoming pregnantEleven year old Evie is heartbroken when her strict Catholic parents send her pregnant sister away to stay wi. This book is AMAZING I beta read two early versions and cannot wait to read the final It s sweet and funny and wonderfulETA review of final published versionJen told me that the final product was different and better from the two versions I d read The second version was different and better from the first but I was still very skeptical How could this book be any better Well Somehow it is WitchcraftThis novel touches on almost everything in its 310 pages friendship family faith crushes teenage pregnancyand it s all handled with dignity and respect Nothing is gratuitous and nothing feels added for shock value Evie grapples with her faith and spends time trying to figure out what she believes as opposed to what she s been raised to believe and The House on Tradd Street uestions will make sense in the context of the story when you read it but they re things to think about anyway rightThis would be a good book to read with your kids or as part of a book club Great discussions are sure to follow Highly highly recommended


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    FREE READ PS I Miss You SUMMARY ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Jen Petro-Roy Jen Petro-Roy ´ 6 SUMMARY This book is AMAZING I beta read two early versions and cannot wait to read the final It's sweet and funny and won

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    [New] (PS I Miss You) Author Jen Petro–Roy Jen Petro-Roy ´ 6 SUMMARY SUMMARY ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Jen Petro-Roy This gorgeous book will wreck you But in a good way? I found Evie so relatable and sweet It's going to be life changing for young LGB kids that have never seen themselves in a book before The ending had me all teary and I loved seeing a story that didn't come to a tidy little conclusion This is a heartbreaking but hopeful and true to life story about a lesbian growing up in a strict conservative household Evie's charac

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    SUMMARY ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Jen Petro-Roy [New] (PS I Miss You) Author Jen Petro–Roy Jen Petro-Roy ´ 6 SUMMARY I LOVED this book I'd been eager for it since the deal announcement and wow it blew me away Evie's connection to her sister is so beautifully authentically rendered and I loved the epistolary format This is a middle grade novel that e

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    [New] (PS I Miss You) Author Jen Petro–Roy SUMMARY ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Jen Petro-Roy FREE READ PS I Miss You This book the first from Jen Petro Roy is a captivating and authentic story of a young girl as she writes letters to her sister about the issues of their lives Evie's voice drives the action in a way that feels real and true with the urgency and intensity of a young woman opening her heart to her older sister and confidante I highly recommend

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    SUMMARY ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Jen Petro-Roy [New] (PS I Miss You) Author Jen Petro–Roy I have been sitting on this review for a while because I am not entirely sure that my words will do the book justice There are also a lot of feelings involved in this darling book and I will attempt to keep it together as I navigate thoseAs a disclaimer Jen Petro Roy is a dear dear friend and I have been waiting for this n

  6. says: [New] (PS I Miss You) Author Jen Petro–Roy Jen Petro-Roy ´ 6 SUMMARY SUMMARY ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Jen Petro-Roy

    [New] (PS I Miss You) Author Jen Petro–Roy This book wrecked me At fist I just thought it was a sweet story albeit around some deeper topics but the end had me sobbing and I am not an easy book crier Literally I was reading in bed after my husband had gone to sleep and while I was able to be uiet I had to get out of bed because I was sobbing so hard I was shaking the bed and I was afraid I would wake him upCilla got pregnant in high school and her parents sent her away t

  7. says: SUMMARY ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Jen Petro-Roy [New] (PS I Miss You) Author Jen Petro–Roy Jen Petro-Roy ´ 6 SUMMARY

    [New] (PS I Miss You) Author Jen Petro–Roy Interest Level 3 65 out of 5 StarsI don't even know where to start with this one This book is so full of raw emotion that it will have you laughing one minute and crying the next This is the story of Evie a 12 year old girl growing up in a very strict Catholic home When her sister is sent away to live with their distant aunt because she got pregnant at sixteen all Evie can do is write her letters As Evie writes to her

  8. says: FREE READ PS I Miss You Jen Petro-Roy ´ 6 SUMMARY [New] (PS I Miss You) Author Jen Petro–Roy

    [New] (PS I Miss You) Author Jen Petro–Roy SUMMARY ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Jen Petro-Roy FREE READ PS I Miss You Heartbreaking and beautiful this book is an epistolary narrative from a younger sister to her older sister Cilla who has we learn bee

  9. says: [New] (PS I Miss You) Author Jen Petro–Roy Jen Petro-Roy ´ 6 SUMMARY FREE READ PS I Miss You

    [New] (PS I Miss You) Author Jen Petro–Roy SUMMARY ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Jen Petro-Roy This beautiful moving story celebrates the deep connection between sisters Evie's letters to her older sister Cilla sent away by conservative Catholic parents after becoming pregnant in high school give such a detailed glimpse into the life and mind of the seventh grade protagonist Evie's admiration for Cilla shines throughout as well as the way she sees herself as akin to her sister is she a sinner in her par

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    Jen Petro-Roy ´ 6 SUMMARY SUMMARY ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Jen Petro-Roy [New] (PS I Miss You) Author Jen Petro–Roy Picked up this Middle Grade book while looking at summer reading books for my 12 year old I am a sucker for pre

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