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Ask Me Something Easy
Ask Me Something Easy
Author: Natalie Honeycutt
ME -- Our assignment was a self-portrait. — I sketched in regular pencil first, drawing myself from the feet up-boots, jeans, a loose flowered blouse, the vest, and the black hat pulled so low over my face you could only see the mouth and chin. — I studied it for a time, then decided that one of the main things wrong was that there was entirely to...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780380717231
ISBN-10: 0380717239
Publication Date: 8/1993
Pages: 152
Reading Level: Young Adult
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Publisher: Avon Books (Mm)
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover
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There's a lot of stuff Addie doesn't understand. Like why her father left one day and never came back. That was about ten years ago, and that's when her older sister Dinah became the "good sister"-her mother's ally-and Addie became good for nothing. Addie doesn't understand why she can't do anything right, or why Dinah is no longer her best friend. And she doesn't understand why her little twin sisters seem deeply troubled. So don't ask Addie what happened to her familey when she was seven years old. Because at seventeen, she's still trying to figure it out.