Annotations for Heaven


Baker & Taylor
A fourteen-year-old girl stumbles onto the truth that the people she loves as her parents are not her real mother and father, thus causing her to question her whole life and wonder who she really is. A Coretta Scott King Award-winner. Reprint.

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Baker & Taylor
Fourteen-year-old Marley's seemingly perfect life in the small town of Heaven is disrupted when she discovers that her father and mother are not her real parents.

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Simon and Schuster
Marley has lived in Heaven since she was two years old, when her mother found a postcard postmarked HEAVEN, OH on a park bench and decided that was where she wanted to raise her family.
And for twelve years, Marley's hometown has lived up to its name. She lives in a house by the river, has loving parents, a funny younger brother, good friends, and receives frequent letters from her mysterious Uncle Jack. Then one day a letter arrives form Alabama, and Marley's life is turned upside down. Marley doesn't even know who she is anymore -- but where can she go for answers, when she's been deceived by the very people she should be able to trust the most?

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