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characters The Sugar Mountain Snow Ball ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Á Cheerful Ruby LaRue and her shy friend Eleanor Bandaranaike couldn’t be different Ruby has lived her whole life in the small ski town of Paris New Hampshire Eleanor's family comes from Sri Lanka But these unlikely best friends share one thing thCheerful Ruby LaRue and her shy friend Eleanor Bandaranaike couldn’t be different Ruby has lived her whole life in the small ski town of Paris New Hampshire Eleanor's family comes from Sri Lanka But these unlikely best frie. Had some nice diversity but was rather slow moving

Elizabeth Atkinson Õ 9 characters

Nds share one thing they both have BIG plans So when a mysterious fortune teller urges them to go outside their world to unlock their dreams they plunge down a whirlwind path to try to reach their goalsA relevant story in tod. I was given this book as a first reads give awayI like children's books I liked them when I was young and I still like them This book is awful I couldn't get through it The main problem is the sheer boringness of the main character Ruby LaRue and we are living events through her brain In addition to being boring she pushes herself on people Lack of intelligence or common sense isn't the end of the world nor do I pick my friends for their intelligence Nonetheless I do choose books for their ability to transport me in some way This book had the makings for potential with two friends from different cultures in a small town but failed In fact it would have failed had I read it when I was a tween In addition to the main character being boring I simply couldn't see the friendship another main part of the book I can't even imagine the two girls hanging out together I doesn't make sense The Main character is a bit like a Labrador puppy and her friend is like a trained border collie albeit being forced to focus on a career other than the one she wants I got the impression that the only reason the two hung out is that is that the serious girl simply had no other friends and as the main character being a Labrador pushed herself on anyone who would allow it this ended in them being friends The lifestyle of the protagonist is also horrific to me I get that she is a latchkey child who has to take care of her two brothers but what mother allows her children to come home and just eat cookies for dinner They don't even eat TV dinners which might have been understandable No they just come home and eat cookies and other junk food and they watch TV Most parents are capable of at least seeing that their children get something reasonably nourishing I mean the description of the children's snacksdinners made me feel that McDonalds is nourishing The children don't do homework or do housework to help their mother The mother doesn't even care that they don't do homework One reader said that she was bothered by a scene where the protagonist followed a young boy into his house But she wasn't bothered by the mother's neglect Ugh I really don't see thisI recently read Absolutely Truly which is aimed at the same age group It is an example of a similar type of book that works well and that I liked I give this as an example because I feel that I need to state that it isn't because of the type of book that I dislike this so much nor is it the fact that it is a children's book

review ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Õ Elizabeth Atkinson

The Sugar Mountain Snow BallAy’s world exploring cross cultural sensitivities and diversity within a classic New England microcosm The Sugar Mountain Snow Ball uestions the role of destiny and the ability we have to achieve that which seems impossible. Fun to read story with gentle nudges towards the possibilities of simple things that can change our lives