Paula and Ann M. Martin
P.S. LONGER LETTER LATER
New York : Scholastic, 1998.
IL 5-8, RL 5.9
graders Tara Starr and Elizabeth are best friends. They are an unlikely
pair. Tara Starr comes from a family of free spirits. Her parents
were only 17 when Tara Starr was born and she has always felt as if she
was raising them. There was never enough money or stability in her life.
Elizabeth comes from a well-to-do family that seems to be so perfect.
When Tara Starr's parents move to Ohio, the two girls are restricted to
letter writing to keep their friendship going. As Tara Starr's life
takes a turn for the better, Elizabeth's life seems to be going the opposite
direction. Told in a series of letters that follow the girls through
their 7th grade year, P.S. Longer Letter Later, find out how lives
change for the girls.
Friendship -- Fiction.
Moving, Household -- Fiction.
Letters -- Fiction.
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