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Diana and Stephanie find a brochure for a marriage counseling retreat and are suspicious when they are brought to Diana's grandparent's house for a "long weekend." Things that weekend don't get any better, and Diana hits a deer when driving and Stephanie unexpectedly leaves with her mother. Are the girls forever separated?
Number of Pages: 208
Publication Date: 2013
Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.60 X 1.40 (inches)
Availability: In Stock
Series: Sisters In All Seasons
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On a long weekend with Dianas grandparents, Stephanie and Diana face what could be their greatest fear: another divorce in their family.
Diana and Stephanie find a hidden brochure for a marriage counseling retreat in Norm and Lynns room, and their suspicions flare when theyre dropped off at Dianas grandparents home on Lake Norman for a long weekend. Will there be another divorce? Things go from bad to worse when Diana hits a deer while practicing driving. Then Stephanies mom shows up unexpectedly, and the girls are separated. Is it for good? Isnt that what they wanted? As the girls wonder what it would be like to not have to put up with each other, Diana finds something in the woods, and everything changes.
This final book in the Sisters in all Seasons series brings the story of Stephanie and Diana to a close, and shows what happens when two opposites become friends, and maybe sisters.
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Lisa Williams Kline is the author of The Princesses of Atlantis, Write Before Your Eyes, and Eleanor Hill, winner of the North Carolina Juvenile Literature Award. Her stories for children have appeared in Cricket, Cicada, Spider, and Odyssey. She earned her MFA from Queens University.