Barbara Casey Agency
Christabelle Wellington definitely feels that she has nothing going for her. Her parents are divorced and she hates her mom's live-in boyfriend, her hair is developmentally challenged, and just when she thinks it can't possibly get any worse, her grandmother, the one person who loves her no matter what, is diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease. Grandma Jock and Christabelle is a sensitive and honest portrayal of a young girl struggling to understand an often difficult-to-understand world. Bowls had been emptied, boxes poured out, everything had been taken out of the refrigerator and dumped on the floor. I felt cereal crunch beneath my feet. All the cabinet doors were open and cans of food were everywhere. In the middle of it all was Grandma. "I was looking for the Jello," she said cheerfully. I opened the refrigerator door. One dish remained. It was the Jello. Excerpt:
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