Review: Call me Hope

Gretchen Olsen – Call me Hope

  • Publisher: Litle Brown
  • number of pages: 280
  • Part of a series: No
  • Contents:
    Hope is elven years old an has many trouble with her mum, so she decides to make a list and give herself point for feeling bad for example. Her live starts to change…
  • Review:
    I loved this story and especial Hope. She is such a cute, smart and creative girl. I like the way the book is told and the way the author brings in the  „Tagebuch der Anne Frank“ and how reading it gives power to Hope. The books has a special but very important topic, it shows the power of words and how they sometimes hurt. That is one of the reasons I like the book of. And I so I discovered the project „Hands and Words are not for hurting“. A very wonderful idea , I think. But most I liked the book for its way a difficult relation between mother and daughter is described and how it comes to and wonderful end. So I can it special recommend to mothers and daughters.
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