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Spunky tween learns to accept her new, complicated family.

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Adult Written bycaitlyn69842 March 15, 2011
I think that this is a very good book. I am 17 and i've read this book about 4 times.
What other families should know
Great messages
Great role models
Adult Written by5941 April 19, 2009

It was very nice

Annabel's family is complicated (and diagrammed on the cover of the book). When she travels from New York to visit her father and his new family in Australia, she has one thought in mind -- to convince him to come back. She sees her new stepsiblings and stepmother as the ones who stole her father from her so, despite their initial friendliness, she is determined to be cool to them. But, of course, this doesn't go as planned. Her father is happy with his new family in a way that he never was before, and she finds herself liking her stepsister, Lucy. But more difficulties are on the way -- while she was gone, her mother got remarried to the father of a boy in her class.
Kid, 12 years old April 9, 2008
Kid, 12 years old April 9, 2008

A must-read book for everybody with steps or half siblings

i loved the book it was a realy great book it left me in a lot of suspense i though annabel would of never survive all da new family members coming in her life.i no excaly wat she is going though