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Read Right as Rain ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ´ It’s been almost a year since Rain’s brother Guthrie died and her parents still don’t know it was all Rain’s fault In fact no one does—Rain buried her secret deep no matter how heavy it weighs on her heartSo when her mom suggests moving the family from Vermont to New York CityIt’s been almost a year since Rain’s brother Guthrie died and her parents still don’t know it was all Rain’s fault In fact no one does Rain buried her secret deep no matter how heavy it weighs on her hea. Right as Rain certainly packs a punch I would not recommend reading this book in public Not only will you be actually laughing out loud but also crying and sighing and a whole bunch of other things And non reader humans find it weird when you do that by yourself with just a book in front of you The main character in this book actually feels like a little girl without her being annoying She made a lot of decision that I know I would have made when I was her age The whole family felt entirely like real people trying to do their best I think this will be a great book for younger readers because it discusses serious topics without dumbing them down

Lindsey Stoddard ´ 8 Read

RtSo when her mom suggests moving the family from Vermont to New York City Rain agrees But life in the big city is different She’s never seen so many people in one place or felt like an outsiderWith her parent. I read this in one sitting and found it was a successful juggling of a wide array of intense emotional situations complex characters and adolescent relationships involving so many checked topics and themes that I doubted it could succeed But it didThe story is set in motion when a grieving family leaves their sheltered privileged Vermont existence behind to live in urban NYC Not a New Yorker myself I found the setting took on character and heart than many books of that realm I suspect those who are native to the area would connect even so The central sixth grade character Rain has a voice that captures her many concerns and also hints at a degree of anxiety disprorger that predated their family's tragedyI loved the embedded literary reflections Ivan the One and Only Kwame Alexander's CROSSOVER and the outstanding validation of sports in the lives of young girls This book came to me highly recommended but I did feel an immediate appeal to it opting for other titles among the stack awaiting my attention A library due date nudged me to get it read and I'm happy I did It feels like an important book for readers of any background or setting or current concerns because it offers hope and rings true for the age of the central cast

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Right as RainS fighting than ever and the anniversary of Guthrie’s death approaching Rain is determined to keep her big secret close to her heart But even she knows that when you bury things deep they grow up twice as tall. Loved this book the characters the plot the writing It wasn't an easy story to tell it wasn't an easy life for the main character Rain to live moving from rural VT to NYC and starting over with school and friendships dealing with the hurt and her sense of responsibility for her older brother's death facing the possibility that her parents might separate because parents often do after the death of a child Author Lindsay Stoddard made it all feel so true at the heart level and the gut level