Synopses & Reviews
What does it take to recover from tragedy? This masterful Judy Blume novel has a fresh new look.andlt;BRandgt;andlt;BRandgt;Davey Wexler has never felt so alone. Her father has just been killedand#8212;shot in a holdup at the 7-Eleven near their home. And now her mother has transplanted her and her little brother, Jason, to Los Alamos, New Mexico, to stay with family and recover.andlt;BRandgt; andlt;BRandgt;But Davey is withdrawn, full of rage and fear and loneliness. Then one day, while exploring a canyon, she meets an older boy who calls himself Wolf. Wolf is the only one who understands herand#8212;the only one who can read her sad eyes. And he is the one who helps her realize that she must find a way to move forward with her life.andlt;BRandgt; andlt;BRandgt;Davey is one of Judy Blumeand#8217;s most hauntingly true human beings, capturing the deep ways a person can change that canand#8217;t be seenand#8212;only felt. Her story has been felt, deeply, by readers for decades.
About the Author
Judy Blume, one of Americaand#8217;s most popular authors, is the recipient of the 2004 National Book Foundation Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters. She is the #1 andlt;iandgt;New York Timesandlt;/iandgt; bestselling author of beloved books for young people, including andlt;iandgt;Are You There God? Itand#8217;s Me, Margaretandlt;/iandgt;, and novels for adult readers, including andlt;iandgt;Wifeyandlt;/iandgt;,andlt;iandgt; Smart Womenandlt;/iandgt;, and andlt;iandgt;Summer Sistersandlt;/iandgt;. Her work has been translated into thirty-two languages.Visit Judy at JudyBlume.com or follow her on Twitter at @JudyBlume.