Years after her father went missing in the war, Tussie and her mother have left their farm to run a diner near Butte, Montana. When asked to write her autobiography for class, Tussie thinks there isn’t much to say about herself, but with her upcoming eighth-grade graduation, the sudden absence of her favorite teacher, the revealing of a family secret, and the arrival of a mysterious man in town, Tussie finds that a lot can happen in six months.
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After retirement and a cross-country trip with her granddaughter, who had just graduated with a degree in writing, Lillian Stanz was inspired to attempt her own writing projects. This is her first book, which touches slightly on her experiences as a teenager growing up in the 1950s. She is a crafter, a gardener, and a baker of (as her granddaughter professes) phenomenal cakes. She lives in Michigan, near the shores of Lake Michigan.
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