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When Julia's mom is sent to serve in Iraq, it makes perfect sense for her to spend the summer with Eliza and her parents. Any other time Julia would love to be there, but on top of worrying about her mom, Julia develops her first real crush on a boy named Michael. For the first time in their friendship, Julia and her thoughts are traveling to a place that Eliza can't follow.


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Eliza discovers that it's not any easier to be the one left behind and the gap between the two girls keeps widening — until Eliza does something drastic to win back her best friend. This book captures the way a girl's life can be suspended between the last days of childhood and also explores the challenges faced by children whose parents have gone off to war. Registration on or use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Policy. Simon, Trade ed. The summer of means both good and bad for twelve-year-old Julia.

The good is that she's spending it with her best friend and "cousin" actually niece Eliza, whose father works at a woodsy resort hotel where the girls run wild and imagine themselves into various ongoing pretend scenarios and characters. The bad is that she's deeply anxious about her absent mother, who's serving in Iraq, and who connects with her daughter only through occasional emails and phone calls.