Book: On the Way to Everywhere - A Novel by Kirsten B. Feldmancategories: Book, Young Adult, Mother Daughter Relationships, Family Dynamics, Prep School, Self-Realization, Washington DC, Great Dane, Sibling Relationships, Mean Girls, Coming of Age
Kirsten B. Feldmanabout this book: Towering over her classmates and her family as well, Harry Kavanaugh longs to find a place where she can disappear; that place certainly isn't the all-girls school she has lived at and attended since birth. The local public school holds an allure for her usually reserved for celebrities and hot spots, and she sets out a detailed plan to achieve her fondest wish of flunking out and going there. But what happens to your life when you have nearly achieved your goal, only to realize that it's not what you want after all?
Join Harry on her journey to learn more about herself, Great Danes, her longtime neighbor, and, let's not forget, South America. She will charm you, make you laugh, and maybe bring a tear to your eye at least once. Harry is one of a kind.
• "Once again, [Kirsten Feldman's] characters truly come to life. Harry is fantastic." — KDHReviews.com
• "A charming story celebrating individuality, discovery, and first love—from awkward to totally awesome!" — Trish Cook, author of A Really Awesome Mess, Notes from the Blender, Overnight Sensation, and So Lyrical
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