Just Under the Clouds

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JustUndertheClouds.jpgI loved Just Under the Clouds (Alfred A. Knopf, 2018) by Melissa Sarno. It's such a good book. And has a gorgeous cover.

Twelve-year-old Cora and her family, consisting of her mother and her sister Adare, have been moving from place to place for six years since Daddy died. Now they're homeless. Cora gets comfort from knowing and climbing trees in Brooklyn, just like her father taught her. But with watching her "different" sister while Mom works, and struggling with algebra in school, Cora worries they'll never belong anywhere.

Just Under the Clouds is the author's debut novel. Read about the birth of the story here. Her next book, A Swirl of Ocean, comes out in late summer and I'm really looking forward to it. Read more about Melissa here.

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