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Lamm,  C. Drew.
BITTERSWEET
New York : Clarion Books, 2003
IL YA
ISBN  061816443X
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Loss, fear, jealously, sadnessÖ You will experience all these emotions through Taylor Rose, a young lady experiencing the summer of her junior year without her beloved Grams, who has suffered a stroke and no longer recognizes Taylor.  Grams has raised Taylor since she was a baby and her mother was killed in a car accident.  Taylorís grief causes her to lose one of the most important parts of her life, her ability to create art.  Read Bittersweet by Drew Lamm to see how Taylor Rose overcomes her artistís block and learns to accept the losses in her life.  (Evelyn Newman,  South Carolina Book Awards, 2006)
SUBJECTS:     Grandmothers -- Fiction.
                        Grief -- Fiction.
                        Interpersonal relations -- Fiction.
                        Artists -- Fiction.

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