READ ´ Dear Great American Writers School (Laurel-Leaf Books)

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Dear Great American Writers School Laurel Leaf BooksBobby Lee Pomeroy writes stories about the colorful characters in her Kentucky hometown. A little piece of history shared through letters written by an observant 14 year old girl with high aspirations and critical thinking skills

Sherry Bunin Ø 1 READ

O dollar bills Bobby Lee is an irresistible heroine who grows as a person and as a write. I really liked this book The flow was great the characters were charming and uniue and the protagonist's voice was solid throughout the entire novel There were a few genuinely funny parts to this book which is always a bonus Definitely recommend it45 on here 910 for myself

SUMMARY Dear Great American Writers School (Laurel-Leaf Books)

READ ´ Dear Great American Writers School (Laurel-Leaf Books) ☆ Bobby Lee Pomeroy writes stories about the colorful characters in her Kentucky hometown Now with the help of her 10 Writing Lessons Course she's certain to turn her stories into dollar bills Bobby Lee is an irresistible heroine who grows as a person and asNow with the help of her 10 Writing Lessons Course she's certain to turn her stories int. In 1944 fourteen year old Bobby Lee Pomeroy longs to break free of the small Kentucky town she lives in and dreams of being a famous writer She observes people in the town and writes down her thoughts in a notebook She is particularly fascinated by Sylvia the only Jewish girl in town and Thelma an older girl whose mother is an invalid When Bobby Lee comes across an ad for The Great American Writers School a correspondence course for would be writers she thinks it's a dream come true and immediately sends a writing sample filled with the observations from her notebook She's thrilled when the return letter says she has talent and is not daunted by the reuests for money for the future lessons Soon Bobby Lee begins writing regular letters to the wife daughter she's not sure of the editor at the Great American Writers School During the year of writing Bobby Lee learns some important things about writing friendship and herself Though Bobby Lee seems naive and immature for her age she has led a sheltered life in a innocent time so I found her voice realistic and honest for a girl her age Bobby Lee's letters are funny and sweet as she reflects on life in a small Kentucky town I enjoyed reading Bobby Lee's letters and seeing the world through her eyes This is a good read for young teens and aspiring writers