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The Extraordinary Secrets of April, May, & June

3 Ratings: 3.7
A book by Robin Benway

"Extremely funny. Will keep readers laughing as each sibling learns to trust another amazing power: the strength of sisterhood." --Publishers Weekly, starred review    "A first rate fantasy with engaging characters." --Kirkus    " … see full wiki

Author: Robin Benway
Publisher: Razorbill
2 reviews about The Extraordinary Secrets of April, May,...
review by . August 03, 2010
Sisters April, May, and June have had a bit of a rough year. When their parents decided to get a divorce, May had an embarrassing breakdown that prompted their mother to move the girls to a new town, and their father took off for Houston, far away from their California home. Left with a lot of pent-up emotions and frustration, the girls start their first day at their new school...only to discover that they are in possession of some pretty extraordinary gifts. April can see the future, May can become …
review by . August 03, 2010
Sisters April, May, and June are no ordinary girls. All parents think their children are special, but these three girls really are. Since they were little, each sister has possessed a unique and extraordinary power. These were largely forgotten as the girls grew up until the stress of their parents' divorce and attending a new high school cause them to reemerge. April, the eldest, sees the future. May, the middle child, can become invisible. And June, the youngest sister, is a mind reader. At first, …
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