The Land of Forgotten GirlsBook - 2017
From Library Staff
ReadingAdviser_Sally Jun 04, 2021
This is a very well told heart wrenching story. My heart broke for the girls in this story. A little mature in places, could be a good book for discussions with an adult or a slightly older middle grade reader.
From the critics
Age SuitabilityAdd Age Suitability
ArapahoeStaff2 thinks this title is suitable for 9 years and over
SummaryAdd a Summary
Sol & Ming are sisters. They live with their stepmother ( who’s very unkind to them) . When Sol was younger she ran behind a tree and yelled mommy mommy come get me, because she wanted attention. She had another little sister at that time. When her mom says come out from behind the tree, she doesn’t listen. When her mom finally came over, her youngest sister went into the lake that they were at. She drowned. Now Sol is older and will she a faded Amelia in the corner sometimes at night, and will ask her questions. When the story really kicks off, Sol figures out that Ming has discovered the old story (/fairtayle to Sol) she writes to Auntie Jove, and is thinking that she’s going to come and rescue them from their evil stepmother. Sol doesn’t want to hurt Ming by telling her that Auntie Jove isn’t real, but will pressure in her own life make those words shout out with anger at Ming? Read the book to find out!!!
There are no notices for this title yet.
QuotesAdd a Quote
There are no quotes for this title yet.