The Sorta Sisters

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Peachtree Publishers, 2014.
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APA Citation, 7th Edition (style guide)

Adrian Fogelin., & Adrian Fogelin|AUTHOR. (2014). The Sorta Sisters . Peachtree Publishers.

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Adrian Fogelin and Adrian Fogelin|AUTHOR. 2014. The Sorta Sisters. Peachtree Publishers.

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Adrian Fogelin and Adrian Fogelin|AUTHOR. The Sorta Sisters Peachtree Publishers, 2014.

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    [synopsis] => Award-winning author Adrian Fogelin's latest book for middle readers follows an unlikely but enduring friendship that is forged between two adolescent girls. Anna Casey likes living in North Florida with biology teacher Miss Johnette, her latest foster mother. Best of all, Miss J wants to adopt Anna. Still, it is hard to grow into a new family, a new life, and a new school all at once, especially when you've been rootless nearly all of your life. Mica Delano likes living aboard her sailboat, the Martina, which is docked at a marina in the Florida Keys. Best of all, the marina's owners, whom she calls Aunt Emma and Uncle Bert, try hard to make up for the sometimes inattentive parenting she gets from her marine biologist father. But Mica fears that her restless father will soon pull anchor, taking them away from the safety of Bert's Marina. A chance correspondence between these two girls separated by the length of the state of Florida becomes a flourishing friendship. As they share their love of nature, each helps the other cope with uncertainty and loneliness and profound change. Mica enrolls in public school for the first time since first grade and suffers the agony of trying to fit in. Anna must make room in her heart for a possible rival when her beloved foster mother becomes serious about a suitor. In the end, Anna and Mica save each other and themselves with hope, humor, and a shared love of the natural world.
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