The Words of (Questionable) Wisdom from Lydia Goldblatt & Julie Graham-Chang by Amy Ignatow
  

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The Words of (Questionable) Wisdom from Lydia Goldblatt & Julie Graham-Chang by Amy Ignatow

After spending six months apart, best friends Julie and Lydia are reunited at last! Julie has said good-bye to the mean girls and Lydia is ready to apply her hard-earned friendship lessons to founding their own crew. But bad news interrupts their reunion: their friend Sukie's mother, ill for many years, has passed away. This shakes Lydia and Julie, who re-evaluate their goals and decide to focus more on being supportive of the friends they have. Unfortunately, their well-meaning schemes almost immediately start to go awry and everyone seems to be mad at them for reasons beyond their control. How can they be better friends when no one seems to want to give them the chance? As always, Julie and Lydia's hilarious back-and-forth notes form the backbone of the novel, which Amy Ignatow uses to reveal all-too-real truths about friendship and loyalty.

About the Author

Amy Ignatow is an illustrator and teacher who has also been a farmer, a florist, a short order vegan cook, a dancing chicken, a telefundraiser, a wedding singer, a ghost writer for internet personal ads, a reporter and an air brush face and body painter working under the name Ooga.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
208 pages

Author

Amy Ignatow
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Publisher

Amulet Books an imprint of Abrams

Publication date

1st February 2013

ISBN

9781419705359


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