The Naked Mole-Rat Letters

The Naked Mole-Rat Letters

Who is this woman who knows my father and might have kissed him? Those are the thoughts that run through Frankie's mind when she reads an email that does not belong to her. Told through emails and diary entries we follow twelve year old Frankie through some struggles. Why does her father want to talk to this zookeeper who says she takes care of naked mole rats at the National Zoo. Why didn't Frankie get the part in the play that she wanted so much? Frankie has always been a model student and when she starts lying to her teachers and skipping school, her reputation protects her. She's desperately trying to control her world and she's also seeing the sterotypes and how people see each other. She can lie and get away with it because teachers think of her as a good kid. People have reasons for being what they are, both good and bad. Losing your mother can change your life. 266 pages Ages 10 and up

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