Amber Brown Is Feeling Blue (Amber Brown #7):Wow! Mom’s boyfriend, Max, has invited Amber and her mom to Walla Walla, Washington, for Thanksgiving. And Amber’s dad is coming home from Paris to live nearby. Life couldn’t be better. Until Amber’s dad calls. He’s expecting Amber to spend Thanksgiving with him in New York City. And the grown-ups are leaving it up to Amber to decide what to do. Suddenly, Amber feels as if she is in the middle of a bad dream . . . which only gets worse when she goes to school and meets the new girl—Kelly Green. No way . . . no one in the class has ever had a two-color name like Amber Brown. Hannah Burton smirks and says, “Let the color wars begin!” Home. School. Nothing is going right. What to do? Amber Brown is feeling blue.
I, Amber Brown (Amber Brown #8): Amber Brown loves the holidays. The shopping, the wrapping, the unwrapping. She isn’t having any trouble with gifts, but life is another story. She’s so happy her dad has moved back to New Jersey, but her mom isn’t. It means the beginning of shared custody, and that means more fighting. Amber feels as if half of her belongs to her mom and half of her belongs to her dad, and that doesn’t feel good at all. Then her mom says she can’t get her ears pierced, but her dad doesn’t know that. Amber makes a decision. Something has to belong to her, so why shouldn’t it be her ears?
Amber Brown Is Green with Envy (Amber Brown #9): Now that Amber’s dad has an apartment in her town, shared custody really kicks in. Amber has to adjust to two homes and two very different families. She is used to being an only child with her mom and Max, but living in the same house as the Marshalls sometimes makes it seem as if she’s one of four kids—and has three dads.
Paula Danziger grew up wanting to be an author . . . and then she became one. She wrote over 25 books, traveled to more than 15 countries, and was the kind of colorful character you might find in one of… More about Paula Danziger
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Published by Listening Library (Audio) Oct 14, 2003| 210 Minutes| 7-10 years| ISBN 9780807217962