Bending Willow review by Archer130
Bending Willow (Finding Home Book 1)
by Jacci Turner
Age Range - 8 - 12
Genre - Adventure

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Age at time of review - 11
Reviewer's Location - Coeymans, NY, United States
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One morning Riley and her younger sister Mia find their grandmother dead in her bed. They head off to find Riley's dad that they only know by an address on an envelope. They hide in a bus that takes them to "The Burning Man". There they meet a boy named River. River tries to help them find their dad by getting them closer to their destination. When they meet Riley's grandmother they can only hope that their father is just as nice and kind to them as their grandmother is.

Opinion: 

Even though it is not a book with a lot of adventure, the bond between the two sisters is one that no one can break. I thought that this book was a very good book that has a lot of emotion and sisterly love. One of my favorite parts in the story is when River, from The Burning Man, gives Riley and Mia their Burning Man names. I thought that this scene was written very well, so I read it many times. Every time I read it, it got even better.

Rating:
4
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