When your beloved father dies, how do you recover?
Nine-year-old Samantha feels alone in the world. Her mother and grandmother would like to help her, but Samantha is conflicted on whether she can trust them. Then she meets Elaine Desmond, a mysterious, glamorous teacher, and Samantha discovers the wonders of music and the magic of the piano. Is this the way to heal her heart?
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“Reading this made me joyful!”
Five Star Review on Amazon By Melissa Tumaneng
The characters draw you in where you don’t want to put down the book. Then a nice surprise at the end, one where I found myself cheering on the main character saying- you go girl … own it! And she did! Looking forward to future books by Wendy Ledger.
About the Author
Wendy Ledger grew up reading. She graduated magna cum laude from Tufts University with a double degree in French and English, although she would claim that she really majored in free-form music at WMFO, the college radio station. She has a master’s degree in creative writing from San Francisco State University and also taught introductory creative writing there. Her work has been published in the San Francisco Chronicle, the East Bay Express, and Music for the Love of It. She lives in Northern California and currently leads a writing group at Mountain Spirit in Felton, California.
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