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To Night Owl from Dogfish Free download ☆ 100 ¿ Avery Bloom who's bookish intense and afraid of many things particularly deep water lives in New York City Bett Devlin who's fearless outgoing and loves all animals as well as the ocean lives in California What they have in common is that they are both twelve years old and are both beinAvery Bloom who's bookish intense and afraid of many things particularly deep water lives in New York City Bett Devlin who's fearless outgoing and loves all animals as well as the ocean lives in California What they have in common is that they are both twelve years old and ar. I know I say this all the damn time now but ueer middle grade is just EVERYTHING I HAVE EVER WANTED AND MORE This was so so good

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The girls and for their dads too and they find themselves on a summer adventure that neither of them could have predicted Now that they can't imagine life without each other will the two girls who sometimes call themselves Night Owl and Dogfish figure out a way to be a famil. I got this book last year but didn't manage to read it in summer then Summer camps the way they are known and uite popular in the US have always been something I wished I had had in my life as a kidteen Alas at least I can read about them now and imagine being thereWe meet Avery and Betty two girls from opposite sides of the US NYC and LA who are very different characters too Avery is bookish and has a lot of anxieties whereas Bett is outgoing and almost too lively Both are raised by single dads Gay single dads Gay single dads who meet at a conference in Chicago and fall in love So then they are supposed to become friendssisters Urgh ;They are both sent to CIGI camp for the summer as a bonding experience while their dads explore China of all places on motorcycles While the girls grow closer and closer things fall apart for their dads so the girls need to hatch a plan to bring them back together but that only works in the movies Not to mention that Avery's biological mother comes back into the picture at one point And then there is a theatre play off Broadway grandma Gaga as well as another summer camp that ends even badly than CIGI didSo yes lots of drama Not too much of a surprise considering that it's the story of two girls the friends they meet their families clashing them growing up and talking about everything including their first periods But it's not overblown or unrealistic drama and the two kids are actually both great As are most of the people in their lives What we get in the end is an adventure story full of summer camp activities the theatre lots of adorable animals and heart That is what the story has most of all heart I'm not ashamed to admit that I had tears in my eyes by the end I think the epistolary form was brilliant and gave both girls as well as various other people their own distinctive voices It also made the plot fast paced personal and funnier It might even make the story a bit approachable for younger readers Anyway cool book that even tackled big life topics such as marriage euality and prejudice in a very offhand way that prevented it from getting unrealistically preachy

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To Night Owl from DogfishE both being raised by single gay dadsWhen their dads fall in love Bett and Avery are sent against their will to the same sleepaway camp Their dads hope that they will find common ground and become friends and possibly one day even sisters But things soon go off the rails for. I was sitting in the parking lot with kids #3 #4 waiting on #2 when my 9 year old daughter asked “What’s that book about” After a brief description she said “Mom that book was MADEFORME It’s sort of like Parent Trap with gay Dad’s but with emails and letters Will you PLEASE read it aloud to me” How could I say no Over the last couple of weeks we’ve spent sunrise mornings and sunset evenings reading it together I have cherished this time together slowing down unplugging and getting lost in a really wonderful storyThis morning we finished it As I read the last 30 pages my voice choked up than once The way the authors write about what makes a family moved me to happy tears My daughter snuggled up a little closer and put her hand on my arm with a sigh You know that “Oh this book makes my heart burst” kind of sighHer thoughts Man that was a GOOD bookI concur