Toots is having the worst spring vacation ever. She should be spending every minute playing with her best friend Jemma, but they’re having a fight. And there’s something wrong with Toots’s garden–it’s April, but none of the flowers have come up, and the branches of the chestnut tree are still bare. Toots sometimes hears mocking laughter in the wind. If only she could talk to Jemma about it. . . .
In this magical sequel to Toots and the Upside-Down House, author Carol Hughes explores the meaning of true friendship and the healing power of forgiveness.
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Carol Hughes was born in Yorkshire, England, and grew up in a seaside town in Lancashire. She now lives in San Francisco with her husband and daughter.ABOUT THE AUTHORMy world upside down . . .I have been a writer my… More about Carol Hughes
Published by Random House Books for Young Readers Oct 26, 2011| 176 Pages| Middle Grade (8-12)| ISBN 9780307492012