Natalie is assigned a project by her teacher Mrs. Ramirez to do an independent project. Her teacher has left it a mystery as to what the students should do for this project. School has not been easy for her because of her former best friend Hannah cyber bullying. Natalie makes a discovery of a notebook which leads her to Kathleen Lynch a widower who works at the Archives in Boston, and is a widower. They work together on Natalie’s special project. Will their relationship grow? Will Natalie be able to solve her bullying problem?
Meg Mitchell Moore writes with much passion and emotion. I could definitely identify with her characters. She kept my interest throughout the book. I found her writing with relevant topics such as bullying, a child dealing with divorce, and feelings of loss. She vividly describes the feelings of the character and their surroundings. My only criticism is that the story was slow in places. I very much enjoyed this book. I look forward to reading more from this author.
Bullying was a main theme within this book. Who hasn’t experienced bullying while growing up? Cyber bullying is much more serious than just standing up to the bully. I have thought about what my reaction would be as a parent and how I handled it as a child. I feel that parents should be involved especially with the major damage to a child’s reputation. What do you think?Ratings: