Hole in the middle. #1 / Coco Simon.
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|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|Breckenridge Public Library||J SIM (Text)||33500013232996||New||Checked out||06/23/2020|
|Detroit Lakes Public Library||J SIM (Text)||33500013233002||New||Checked out||06/24/2020|
|Greenbush Public Library||j SIM (Text)||35500006261455||New||Checked out||06/24/2020|
- ISBN: 9781534460263
- ISBN: 1534460268
- ISBN: 9781534460256
- ISBN: 153446025X
- Physical Description: 133 pages ; 22 cm
- Edition: Simon Spotlight hardcover edition.
- Publisher: New York : Simon Spotlight, 2019.
"Lindsay Cooper is about to start middle school. In her free time, she works at her family's restaurant, The Park View, handing out the world's most delicious donuts at the Donut Dreams counter. Her grandmother started the counter as a way to send Lindsay's dad to college, and Lindsay wants to use her job the same way--to make her dream of going to school far away from her small town a reality. Home feels different ever since Lindsay's mom passed away two years ago. And not having her mom around to help her get through the start of middle school doesn't help her "first day of school" angst. But with her cousins Kelsey and Molly by her side, not to mention her BFF Casey, Lindsay soon discovers family and friends go a long way towards filling any hole in your heart. And life can still be as fun as a pink donut with rainbow sprinkles!"-- Provided by publisher.
- Booklist Reviews : Booklist Reviews 2019 November #2
Two weeks before starting middle school, 12-year-old Lindsay reports for her first job, working at the donut counter in her grandparents' restaurant. Family plays a strong role in Lindsay's life. She and her younger brother have five cousins in the area, and since her mother's death two years ago, her grandparents have helped Dad keep everything running smoothly at home. Because she's grown up in a small, Midwestern town and knows every kid in her grade, middle school doesn't seem like a big step to Lindsay, but as the first day approaches, she's not so sure. She finds herself missing Mom more than ever, just when her relatives are rallying to support her. While the many characters, particularly family members (a list or chart would have been useful), can lead to some confusion, loyal readers will get to know them better as the Donut Dreams series progresses. Apparently, the first-person narrator will shift from book to book, as it has in Simon's 32-volume Cupcake Diaries series and newer Sprinkle Sundays series. A light, enjoyable family story. Grades 4-6. Copyright 2019 Booklist Reviews.
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