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Author Howland, Leila.
Title The brightest stars of summer / Leila Howland ; illustrated by Ji-Hyuk Kim.
Pub Info New York : Harper, [2016].
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Edition First edition
Descript 353 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
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Series a Silver sisters story
Howland, Leila. Silver sisters story.
Note Accelerated Reader MG 5.3 11 11 182704
Sequel to The Forget-Me-Not Summer
Summary The Silver sisters return to Cape Cod in this sequel to The Forget-Me-Not Summer.Wedding bells are ringing on the Cape! Its summer again, and Marigold, Zinnia, and Lily are heading back to their beloved Pruet to help bride-to-be Aunt Sunny plan her big day. But cake and decorations arent the only items on the girls agenda this summer. Marigold cant wait to escape the embarrassment of being cut from one of Hollywoods biggest blockbustersespecially after she bragged to all her friends that she was in it. And Zinnie is trying her hardest to write a story good enough to gain her admittance into an elite writing program. She finds unexpected inspiration in Marigolds heartbreak over last summers crush, Peter Pasque. Zinnie also meets her first boy-who-is-a-friend, a cute kid named Max. But when it becomes clear that Max has eyes for Marigold, Zinnie cant contain her hurt, and it leads her to betray Marigold in an unthinkable sister crime. With a wedding on the horizon and tension simmering between them, will the Silver sisters be able to overcome their hurt in time to give Sunny what shes already given them: a summer to remember?
Subject Sisters -- Juvenile fiction.
Aunts -- Juvenile fiction.
Interpersonal relations -- Juvenile fiction.
Cape Cod (Mass.) -- Juvenile fiction.
Add Author Kim, Ji-Hyuk.
Note Subtitle from dust jacket : a Silver sisters story
ISBN 9780062318725 (hardback)
0062318721 (hardback)
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