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August Isle
July 22, 2021Comments.. 928
August Isle Best Read || [Ali Standish] Ali Standish August Isle Best Read || [Ali Standish] - August Isle, August Isle For years Miranda has stared at postcards of August Isle Florida The town her mother spent her summers as a girl The town Miranda has always ached to visit She just never wanted it to happen this wa. August Isle Best Read || [Ali Standish] - August Isle, August Isle For years Miranda has stared at postcards of August Isle Florida The town her mother spent her summers as a girl The town Miranda has always ached to visit She just never wanted it to happen this wa
  • Title: August Isle
  • Author: Ali Standish
  • ISBN: 0062433415
  • Page: 155
  • Format: Hardcover

August Isle Ali Standish August Isle Best Read || [Ali Standish] - August Isle, August Isle For years Miranda has stared at postcards of August Isle Florida The town her mother spent her summers as a girl The town Miranda has always ached to visit She just never wanted it to happen this wa. August Isle Best Read || [Ali Standish], August Isle, Ali Standish, August Isle For years Miranda has stared at postcards of August Isle Florida The town her mother spent her summers as a girl The town Miranda has always ached to visit She just never wanted it to happen this way When she arrives on the Isle alone and uncertain to spend the summer with her mother s best friend Aunt Clare Miranda finds a town even perfect than the one sh For years Miranda has

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August Isle

928 Blog on “August Isle

  1. Katie Reilleysays:

    A beautiful middle grade novel about the changes families go through and gaining perspective Because her parents are busy with work, Miranda is sent to spend a month of her summer at August Isle, an island in Florida, where she stays with her mom s friend and family There, she develops a friendship with Sammy, the friend s daughter, and Miranda learns to face her fear of water with sailing lessons Though the Isle is new to her, it s a place her mother knew well, and Miranda is determined to l A [...]

  2. Wendy MacKnightsays:

    A beautiful brilliant story that will stay with you, Miranda, a wonderful, vulnerable heroine estranged from her mother What starts as s summer story turns into a mystery and twists into a wonderful treatise on family, friendship, and longing to be seen Al is an amazing writer and this book a must read

  3. Becca AEsays:

    I absolutely loved August Isle Like Standish first novel The Ethan I Was Before , the main character is learning to deal with several tough situations, including some struggles with her family I appreciate the way that Standish writes about the kind of issues that kids face in real life The main character, Miranda, spends a summer in August Isle, an island off the coast of Florida, that allows her to grow and explore But while August Isle might be a new place for her, it s a place her moth I abs [...]

  4. Ingrid Vidalsays:

    August Isle is a beautiful, emotional novel with complex and compelling characters The central story is about young Miranda, who spends a summer on an island in Florida her mom used to visit frequently, but hasn t been back to for years Miranda believes her mother has been growing distant from her, and Miranda internalizes that as a fault of her own As Miranda unravels a series of mysteries over the course of the summer, she learns about her family, and her mother in particular I love h August I [...]

  5. Heidisays:

    This book broke my heart in all the best ways Miranda is a very relatable and likable protagonist, and I found myself rooting for her immediately Beautiful writing, excellent pacing, and a storyline full of twists and revelations, this story touches on so many important things what it means to be family, the importance of stories, friendship, and being true to yourself, plus the magic of baking Highly recommended.

  6. Patriciasays:

    Another wonderful book by Ali Standish Beautiful writing, a realistic group of kids, and a touch of mystery make this a warm and engaging read Ali Standish tackles tough topics with lots of heart and just the right amount of grown up wisdom A must for every classroom library Kids will love the story and will relate to the characters fears and frustrations Teachers will love the discussions it will prompt.

  7. Lorie Barbersays:

    Heartfelt and relatable for both kids and adults Miranda s growth, realizations, and change were a lovely progression, and the supporting characters were just as well developed Will definitely add to my class library when it s out this spring.

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