Meggin Patricia Cabot is an American author of paranormal fiction for teenagers She has written and published over fifty books and is best known for Princess Diaries, which was later adapted by Walt Disney Pictures into two feature films.
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Billion Dollar Girl is a touching novel about one brave girl's journey to find true security and happiness. Despite living in a run-down trailer with a mother who is never around, River Ryland is the girl everyone wants to be around. But after a Social Services visit goes wrong, she sets off on the run and finds herself living a life beyond her wildest dreams. However, as her newfound safety is shattered, River discovers that life's true jackpot isn't what it seems. This is a heart-wrenching and exhilarating exploration of what we value and a hopeful story of our times.
Billion Dollar Girl by Megan Shull is amazing (and I’m not just saying that out of Megan Solidarity). I guarantee that this book will make you feel happy. via @goodreads – source
Travel back to the year 1290 through the eyes of Catherine, a curious and adventurous young woman from a prestigious family. Follow her journey in this Newbery Honor Book as she navigates through love, marriage, and finding her true self.
Cannot wait for the film of “Catherine, Called Birdy," one of my favorite books (by the amazing @cushmanbooks)! – source
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A governess named Linda Martin finds herself becoming close to her young charge, Philippe, and begins to uncover dangerous family secrets when she realizes he is set to inherit a vast estate. Mary Stewart's suspenseful tale set in the picturesque countryside of Savoy is a classic that shouldn't be missed.
@susanuhlig @Jess_Keating This is one of my favorite books. The material for her dress! And yes, all the descriptions of the food - Sigh! ❤️ – source
In "The Butterfly Girl" by a highly praised author, Naomi, an investigator with an uncanny ability for finding missing children, makes a promise to find her younger sister who has been missing for years. The search takes her to the streets of Portland, where she discovers many young girls have been going missing for months, including Celia, a 12-year-old fleeing from an abusive stepfather and addict mother. As danger creeps closer, Naomi and Celia find echoes of themselves in one another, forcing them to consider the question: Can you still be lost even when you’ve been found?
Loved this book! – source