Desperately seeking

I’m looking for the following books to review.   I’ll pay for shipping if you have one and would be willing to part with it for me!

No Place for Me; Barthe DeClements

The Secret Life of the Underwear Champ; Betty Miles

What if They Knew?; Patricia Hermes

It’s OK if You Don’t Love Me; Norma Klein

There’s this book about three sisters during the great depression who were foster kids and they carried all their possessions in cardboard suitcases.  I can’t remember the name (Cardboard Kids maybe?) but I’m totally looking for that one.

6 Responses to Desperately seeking

  1. Alana says:

    Hey, Nikki-

    I was fortunate enough to come across a book in the thrift store that is basically a complete guide to the Baby-Sitters Club universe, including (but not limited to) family trees of all the club members and the families they regularly sit for, a map of Stoneybrook showing where all the BSC members live in relationship to SMS and various stores and restaurants that are frequently mentioned, and I believe there is also a brief synopsis of every single BSC book in order (though I don’t have it with me right now so I can’t check to see if it carries over to California Diaries or not.) Anyway, when I saw it I thought of my very favorite reading nostalgia blogger and want to know if you would like me to send it to you. I just think it should end up in the right hands of someone who could really appreciate it as it was meant to be appreciated. Let me know, OK?

  2. Annie says:

    Oooh, is “What if they Knew?” about the girl named Jeremy who has epilepsy?

  3. Sara says:

    The last one you’re looking for is called The Suitcases by Anne Hall Whitt. I grew up with her great-niece Kimberly – we went to the same church, and her grandmother (the oldest sister, Betty) was one of the nurses at my pediatrician’s office. Betty is still alive and doing well, though her husband just passed away recently.

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