Thursday, March 17, 2011

Growing Up Gracie Review

From the back cover:

As the fifth of six kids, it's sometimes hard for Gracie Fremont to see what makes her special. But with the help of friends, family, and her faith, Gracie discovers that even the most ordinary girl can do extraordinary things. Told with sweetness, humor, and heart, this unique coming-of-age story will resonate with readers of all ages

My review:

I sat down to read a few chapters of Growing Up Gracie a couple of nights ago, and ended up reading the entire book in one sitting. I loved this novel. I thought that Fechner did a wonderful job with the characterization of Gracie, illustrating how she grows throughout her growing up years.

The book begins when Gracie is five years old and goes through her life until early adulthood (mid-twenties). In that time, you really get to know Gracie, her friends, and her family, and watch Gracie as she tries to find her place in this world.

Highly recommended.

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1 comment:

  1. First off, I want to say this cover is one of my favorite covers of all time.
    SO happy.

    I'm glad you loved it so much, it's on my list, but my book funds are jerked from underneath me (by myself) until I get through the ten or so on my kindle.


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