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Saving Sailor: A Novel

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4 out of 5
Based on 831 Ratings and 199 Reviews

Book Description

The year is 1968. After spending the first half of summer vacation driving her Italian family crazy with her fake southern accent, 10-year old A.J. finds a soul mate on the other side of the island to divert her attention.

She is intrigued to learn that Danny shares her same burning desire to know God and realizes that few people her age think as deeply as the two of them do. <... More
Book Information
PublisherRiverOak Publishing
BindingPaperback (6 editions)
Reading LevelAll Ages
# of Pages223
Publication Date05/01/2007
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About Renee Riva (Author) : MY BIO BLOG--Fun News! I just returned from the 2008 ACFW awards in Minneapolis and SAVING SAILOR took 3rd place in BOOK OF THE YEAR in the young adult catagory! Woo-hoo! It was great fun and I had a ... more
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6/28/2010 sher will

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5/23/2008 Renee Riva said: This is my soul on paper :O) I wrote about one summer on a small island with my big Italian family in 1968--and fictionalized it ...a little...mostly true-- it 's a "Life was good" memoir with humor
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5/22/2008 maureen mcquerry said: A great choice for a mother-daughter book club!
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