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Letters from Rapunzel

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 323 Ratings and 100 Reviews

Book Description

Once upon a time, there was a girl. Let's call her Rapunzel. A modern-day version. Abandoned. Alone. Waiting for her hair to grow and dreaming of a way to escape from her tower. She was trapped, you see. Not in the conventional fairy-tale way-this was the dreaded after-school Homework Club. A desolate place, where no gum could be chewed, and where Rapunzel sat day after day, cursing the... More
Book Information
PublisherHarperCollins Publishers
BindingHardcover (4 editions)
Reading LevelAges 9-12
# of Pages192
Publication Date03/01/2007
The Creators
About Sara Holmes (Author) : Hi! I'm the author of the middle-grade novels Operation Yes (Arthur A. Levine/Scholastic Books) and Letters From Rapunzel (HarperCollins.) Come see me at my website: (www.SaraLewisHolmes.com) or ... more
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2/4/2008 Christy Evers said:
Letters from Rapunzel is a story about a teenage girl trying to cope with her dad's clinical depression, or as she calls it, the "Evil Spell." I would think that it would be difficult to write a book about clinical depression in a humorous way, yet able to maintain tact and and give the character a... more

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9/11/2007 Tina Wexler

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8/5/2007 jama rattigan said: An epistolary novel featuring a modern-day Rapunzel who must rescue herself and cope with a father suffering from depression. Uniquely written and emotionally resonant.
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7/9/2007 Little Willow tagged as: I Read, I Read

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3/16/2007 Sara Holmes tagged as: I wrote

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