Saturday, 6 March 2010

a href="" style="float: left; padding-right: 20px">Dairy Queen Dairy Queen by Catherine Gilbert Murdock

There is a plethora of books written for the girlie-girl. Not many authors have tackled the untraditional female as a young adult. Murdock weaves common teen struggles through a tapestry set in the heartland. How can dairy farming serve as a successful backdrop for a heroine? Murdock uses the life lessons of farming and hard work as a backbone for the main character, D.J. This bright, athletic, developing woman builds her sense of self through family, friends and hard work. This delightful character begins her young adult journey in Dairy Queen by Catherine Gilbert Murdock. View all my reviews >>

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