With zero hours towards her Senior Project, Sadey Leach is on the brink of failing to graduate. In a dreaded meeting with her teachers, Sadey learns that she is sentenced to twenty-four hours of volunteer work at Forest Hills Convalescent Center, the last place she swore she'd ever go...until she meets 78-year-old Minnie, the only person with the ability to see beneath her rough exterior.
I am pleased that most people liked and rated this book. It's hard to expose yourself and be judged, and Laura Russell (see unkind review below) must be a particularly nasty person. I liked the book and agree with all the good things said.
THIS BOOK WAS A GREAT BOOK TO READ. IT WAS VERY MOVING AND WELL WRITTEN. I WOULD READ ANYTHING AND EVERYTHING THIS AUTHOR HAS WRITTEN. VERY GOOD READ. WILL TELL ALL MY FRIENDS ABOUT IT. KEEP THE GOOD WORK UP.