Wreath, a Girl
Two-time Pulpwood Queen Book Club Teen Book of the Year Wreath Willis is finishing high school by day ... and living in a junkyard by night. Wreath is sixteen, alone after the death of her mother and on the run from a horrid man named Big Fun. As she sets off in search of a better life, Wreath makes a list in her trusty notebook: "Find a place to live. Buy cheap food. Finish high school." Then she adds: "Avoid notice"-because Wreath is pretty sure most people won't understand a teenager living alone. But it's hard to go unnoticed when life puts a cute boy named Law on her path and brings in Faye, her new boss who depends on Wreath's creativity to turn a dying business around. Living at the junkyard is lonely and scary-but Wreath refuses to give up on her dreams. And Big Fun can't find her. Can he? Should Wreath keep running? Or has she maybe, just maybe, found a true home after all? Author Judy Christie has kept a journal since she was age eleven and still has all of them. She lives in Louisiana and likes flea markets, libraries and porch swings. She loves to talk about books and can be found chatting at www.judychristie.com.
- Paperback | 346 pages
- 140 x 216 x 20mm | 440g
- 03 Apr 2015
- Brosette & Barnhill Publishing
About Judy Christie
Author Judy Christie has kept a journal since she was age eleven and still has all of them. She lives in Louisiana where she reads, writes and talks about books from her green couch. Visit with her at www.judychristie.com and follow Wreath on Instagram @WreathWillis.