by J.D. Newman
Sandy Hunter’s entrance essay has earned her admission to Memorial Catholic School. However, as she begins her seventh grade year, Sandy feels intimidated by the other students who all believe strongly in something. Sandy struggles to live up to the declaration she made in her entrance essay that she exercises her faith through dance. She continues to explore the Catholic, Mormon, and Unitarian faiths practiced by her great aunts. Sandy strives to connect with her older sister Roxie who has always walked in their father’s footsteps but is beginning to define her own path. As Sandy finds her place in the realm of ballet and the world of faith, she discovers her potential as a dancer and a believer. This second book in the Sandy Hunter Saga follows the spirited twelve-year-old through the autumn after the summer she spent with her three great aunts, who she playfully calls “The Weird Sisters,” in the book “Sandy and the Weird Sisters.”
COMING BY CHRISTMAS 2020
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