The Girl Who Fell Out of the Sky (Piper McCloud #3)
Piper learns she can't do a lot of things―cook, clean, and help Ma around the house, among them. She feels more helpless than ever. What is she good at? How will she ever believe in herself again?
Publisher,Feiwel & Friends
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This is the most biased review I'll ever write, as I could not possibly overstate how important this book series has been to me. Blessedly, The Girl Who Fell Out of the Sky kept with the amazing track record Forester has set. The tone of the narration remains as witty and loving as ever, and this book sets forth perhaps the best metaphor for acceptance of self and of others that I've encountered in a middle-school-targeted novel. Absolutely heartbroken that it's being marketed as the conclusion to the series, as it very clearly lays ground for future stories, but I look forward to reading whatever Forester does next.