|Author:||Carol Lynch Williams|
|Subcategory:||Literature & Fiction|
|Publisher:||Delacorte Books for Young Readers; 1st Edition edition (September 12, 2000)|
|Category:||Teens and Young Adults|
|Other formats:||lit doc mobi lrf|
Carol Lynch Williams (Author).
Carol Lynch Williams (Author). Williams (The True Colors of Caitlynne Jackson) pens another story of a girl in deep distress, this time profiling ninth-grader Carolina McKinney, struggling to cope with the accidental deaths of her father and older sister who left on a trip from which they would never return. A year after their fatal plane crash, Carolina and her mother are just starting to put their lives back together.
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Fourteen-year-old Carolina has been through a terrible loss.
Carolina Autumn book. Carol Lynch Williams is the author of more than 30 books for middle grade and young adult readers. Fourteen-year-old Carolina has been through a terrible loss. Her novels include The Chosen One, Never that Far, Messenger and Never Said. Her most recent book is the novelization of the movie Once I Was a Beehive. Carol has an MFA from Vermont College in Writing for Children and Young Adults and teaches creative writing at BYU. She runs Writing and Illustratin Carol Lynch Williams is the author of more than 30 books for middle grade and young adult readers.
Carol Lynch Williams is an author of Young Adult and Middle Grade novels. She graduated in 2008 from Vermont College of Fine Arts with a degree in Writing for Children and Young Adults. Williams has six daughters and a son. Williams grew up in Florida but currently lives in Utah.
Carolina, age 14, reeling from the staggering loss of her father and older sister, navigates the beginning of her first year in high school. It seems that with the exception of her ng grief, circumstances are improving. Carolina, age 14, reeling from the staggering loss of her father and older sister, navigates the beginning of her first year in high school.
Carol Lynch Williams. After her brother’s death, a teen struggles to rediscover love and find redemption in this gripping novel. For as long as she can remember, Sarah’s family life has revolved around her twin sister, Annie-the pretty one, the social one, the girl who can do anything. The person everyone seems to wish Sarah-with her crippling shyness-could simply become. Growing up in Africa and Latin America as the children of missionaries, London and Zach were as close as could be. And then Zach dies, and the family is gutted. London’s father is distant.
Used availability for Carol Lynch Williams's Carolina Autumn
Used availability for Carol Lynch Williams's Carolina Autumn. October 2001 : USA Paperback.
Tagged as contemporary. Through letters to her sister and by using her father's camera, Carolina tries to see the past clearly and find a path to an uncharted future. Though she feels she cannot bear any more pain, her strong character sees her through the wrenching changes in her life.