Owl Girl by Mary Atkinson

by Dianne White on November 1, 2015

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Holly loves visiting her grandparents’ cabin in Maine and looks forward to her time on Padgett Lake. But this year will be different. This year Holly’s parents are going through a “rough patch.”  Instead of spending the next two weeks together, Holly’s family will be separated… Her parents are planning a trip of their own… Holly can hardly bear the idea of two whole weeks with worrywart Gram. And her brother, Nick? He’ll be busy with Gramps. Who will she play with?

But then, Holly hears an owl calling from deep in the woods. He’s lonely. She’s sure of it! And she’s determined to find him…

OWL GIRL, a beautifully crafted middle grade novel by Mary Atkinson, is a tightly written gem that packs a punch. HIGHLY recommended!

Come back later this week for an interview with Mary about the writing of OWL GIRL.

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