Reni's brother,really tall,nerdy and smart Ben The person reni and louise think is watching them Grandma and grandpa Louises grandparents that she lives with. Photo by harold. Photo by VinothChandar. Photo by marc falardeau.
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PLOT Louise or "thumbelina" you could say was on the gymnastics team but she's not now. She also did live in a cute little house with her family but not anymore.
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Notes and clues everywhere including hearts on her front door step, notes,and even stories about her But who is doing this? Well she thinks she has finally found out who Ben mcartney! He lives on the same street she used to live on And there's a dreamy boy who has a crush on her - but somehow they never connect.
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Louise has everything going for her - so what is it that's holding her back? Phoebe Stone tells the winning story of the spring when 7th grader Louise Terrace wakes up, finds the courage to confront the painful family secret she's hiding from - and finally get the boy.
Hope, Grief & A Pizza Boy: The Boy on Cinnamon Street Review
There s a dark mystery propelling this extremely well-done novel about Louise, a tiny seventh-grader nursing a deep wound. Something so terrible happened a year earlier that she has blocked a whole week out of conscious mind. However, she s still miserable, having moved from Cinnamon Street to a condo she shares with her quirkily adorable grandparents.
Louise has changed schools, renamed herself Thumbelina, to reflect her pint-size proportions , and given up gymnastics; her only friends are Reni and Reni s brother, Henderson, a volcano-loving, poetry-crazed flannel teddy bear in wire-rimmed glasses. After Louise receives a note that reads I am your biggest fan, she and Reni decide it came from a hunky, high school age, pizza delivery boy.
Predictably disastrous actions ensue, but the resulting trauma is enough to shake Louise out of her torpor.