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OUT OF THE ORDINARY
New York : HarperCollins, 1992.
household is not conventional. Her single parent mom always has the odd
friend popping in for a visit. Se cares for foster children, so has learned
to cherish the present and not to look back. When first one then 2 then
3 visitors hint that a special child will be in need of her protection.
Molly just guesses her mom's weird circle of friends are at it again. But
then, Fores arrives. He reflects back to her all the warmth and affection
she has held for the two last foster children. But that's his major problem.
He is only capable of projecting what others suggest of him. In the wrong
environment he could become cruel and harmful. How does Molly figure it
all out? What can overcome Fores' distraction? How much can Molly trust
the flute player?
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