Synopses & Reviews
Twelve-year-old Lonnie is fi nally feeling at home with his foster family. But because heas living apart from his little sister, Lili, he decides itas his job to be the aremembereraaand write down everything that happens while theyare growing up. Lonnieas musings are bittersweet; heas happy that he and Lili have new families, but though his new family brings him joy, it also brings new worries. With a foster brother in the army, concepts like Peace have new meaning for Lonnie.
Told through letters from Lonnie to Lili, this thoughtprovoking companion to Jacqueline Woodsonas National Book Award finalist Locomotion tackles important issues in captivating, lyrical language. Lonnieas refl ections on family, loss, love and peace will strike a note with readers of all ages.
Told through letters from 12-year-old Lonnie to his younger sister, this thought-provoking companion to "Locomotion" tackles important issues in captivating, lyrical language.