“Home, and Other Big, Fat Lies,” by Jill Wolfson

“Home, and Other Big, Fat Lies,” by Jill Wolfson is a novel about a young orphan named Whitney.

When Whitney's social worker takes her to Foster Home #12, Whitney is certain that the experience will be short-lived. She will be living in Northern California, in a small town surrounded by redwood trees. Most of the men in town are unemployed because logging regulations have caused the town logging company to lay off its workers. As a result, many of the families in town have taken on foster children as a means of income.

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Review of "Home, and Other Big Fat Lies," by Jill Wolfson

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Inkweaver Review 2009-01-15T09:33:00-06:00

3 replies so far. What are your thoughts?

Jacky Vilchez said...

This book is really cool. I'm just half way,but Whitney reminds me of me. My sister read half of it and she said that Whitney also reminds her of me. Only Whitney is short for her age I'm tall for my age. I do stomp not purposely but my mom said that I walk like a Guy. Really heavy steps. Anyway the book is really cool. I recommend it.
- Jacky age 12

Jacky Vilchez said...

This book is really cool. I'm just half way,but Whitney reminds me of me. My sister read half of it and she said that Whitney also reminds her of me. Only Whitney is short for her age I'm tall for my age. I do stomp not purposely but my mom said that I walk like a Guy. Really heavy steps. Anyway the book is really cool. I recommend it.
- Jacky age 12

Jacky Vilchez said...

This book is really cool. I'm just half way,but Whitney reminds me of me. My sister read half of it and she said that Whitney also reminds her of me. Only Whitney is short for her age I'm tall for my age. I do stomp not purposely but my mom said that I walk like a Guy. Really heavy steps. Anyway the book is really cool. I recommend it.
- Jacky age 12