Out on A LimbBook - 2008
It would take too long to explain how Rosie and her family came to be living in the treehouse on her great-great aunt Lydias estate. Lets just say that sometimes desperate times call for desperate measures. And honestly, it doesnt even matter. The treehouse is awesomebigger than some apartments, a great view, and all the fresh air anyone could want. Plus, its located in one fancy neighbourhood! (And never mind that great-great aunt Lydia seems less than thrilled with the new arrangements.) But after a summer of fun on the treehouse groundsexploring the meadow, swimming in the stream, and spying on great-great aunt Lydiathings get complicated. With her new school friends all calling mansions home, Rosie decides that living in a treehouse is more than a little pathetic. How can she seriously expect to fit in when her house doesnt even have running water? The trouble starts with one little lie, but it doesnt take long for it to grow. Soon, Rosie is keeping secrets from her family, bribing her little sister, and lying to her new best friend. As the school year drags on, every day presents a new challenge. When things finally reach the boiling pointthanks to the famous spring rummage sale fundraiserRosie discovers the true cost of keeping secrets, and learns that sometimes, help comes from the places youd least expect to find it.
Publisher: Toronto : Key Porter Books, c2008
Branch Call Number: YA PB Banni 3558ya 1
Characteristics: 251 p