A ghost saved twelve-year-old Maddieas life when she was an infant, her Granny Lane claims, so Maddie must always remember that she is special. But itas hard to feel special when youave spent your life shuffled from one foster home to another. And now that sheas at the East Tennessee Childrenas Home, Maddie feels even less special. She longs for a place to call home. She even has a abook of housesa in which she glues pictures of places shead like to live. Then one day, a new girl, Murphy, shows up at the Home armed with tales about exotic travels, being able to fly, and boys who recite poetry to wild horses. When Murphy offers Maddie something she has never had before, Maddie begins to wonder if she has finally found someone who feels like home.A ghost saved twelve-year-old Maddieas life when she was an infant, her Granny Lane claims, so Maddie must always remember that she is special.
|Title||:||Where I'd Like To Be|
|Author||:||Frances O'Roark Dowell|
|Publisher||:||Simon and Schuster - 2013-03-26|