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Replacing Dad By Shelley Fraser Mickle,

  • Title: Replacing Dad
  • Author: Shelley Fraser Mickle
  • ISBN: 9781565120174
  • Page: 344
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Friends of American Writers Award Once upon a time, in the small town of Palm Key, Florida, there was a model family The father, George, was the grade school principal The mother, Linda, loved George And both loved their three happy children Drew, Mandy, and George the Second Then George the First dumped Linda for Mandy s fifth grade teacher The story, which Linda aFriends of American Writers Award Once upon a time, in the small town of Palm Key, Florida, there was a model family The father, George, was the grade school principal The mother, Linda, loved George And both loved their three happy children Drew, Mandy, and George the Second Then George the First dumped Linda for Mandy s fifth grade teacher The story, which Linda and Drew take turns telling, is filled with the courage that families thrive on A refreshingly sweet story of a newly divorced mother struggling to keep her family together Publishers Weekly, starred Gently humorous and deftly written Miami Herald.
    Replacing Dad Friends of American Writers Award Once upon a time in the small town of Palm Key Florida there was a model family The father George was the grade school principal The mother Linda loved George

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    1. A family called the Marsh s live in Palm Key, Florida A nice and small town where George the father is a elementary school principal who left Linda his wife, Mandy,George,Jr, and Drew there three children For a fifth grade teacher who was Mandy s teacher The problems of the divorce are told in chapters by the poor old mom, Linda, and the 15 year old Drew The emotional things that happen in this story are mostly true Linda works as a clerk at the town dump in the payroll office, later Drew has an [...]

    2. It was a nice, simple read portraying a mother and son s journey through the process of divorce and the feelings that engenders The characters were likeable, the diction had shining moments, and I enjoyed the image of Drew running Mark through the gamut out of a sense of love toward his mother.

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