All the good things in Margaret's world are collapsing, one by one, like a row of dominoes. First her dad remarried-plink. Then her grandfather died-plinkplink. Then her grandmother had to sell the house and move into a retirement community-plinkplinkplink. Now Dad's new wife is having a baby, and Margaret is going to visit Gran at Carol Woods. There she learns that Gran is having an even harder time adjusting to change than Margaret herself. Determined to cheer Gran up, Margaret and her younger cousin, Roy, set out to find her some new friends. Their quest leads them to some of Carolwoods' most colorful characters, and ultimately helps Margaret to ease both Gran's pain and her own. Stephanie Greene, the author of the popular Owen Foote books, introduces an appealing and bold new heroine in this funny novel that handles its serious themes with a light touch.
by Stephanie Greene
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