Small Medium Takes Charge

· Small Medium at Large Book 2 · Joanne Levy Books

About this ebook

Lilah Bloom is getting used to her new life as a medium—a person who can communicate with ghosts. Sort of. It’s not the voices in her head that are the issue, it’s that they never seem to leave her alone! Everyone wants something from her. And how do you tell your new [dead] best friend that you can’t help them? Especially when that new dead best friend is like the older sister you always wanted, full of advice and helpful suggestions about life and dating? Add the ghost drama to Lila’s school drama, [non-dead] best friend drama, and boyfriend drama and, well, what’s a medium to do?

Find out in SMALL MEDIUM TAKES CHARGE, the fun and hilarious sequel to SMALL MEDIUM AT LARGE (now available in paperback!).

Keywords: middle grade, funny, humorous, tween, ghosts, dating, crush, friendship, sydney taylor, awards, red maple, jewish books, small medium at large, canadian, series

About the author

Joanne Levy's love of books began at a very early age. Being the youngest and the only female among four children, she was often left to her own devices and could frequently be found sitting in a quiet corner with her nose in a book.

Since she left the corporate world in 2013, Joanne spends her non-writing working hours helping other authors with their administrative needs as a virtual author assistant. In her spare time (ha!) Joanne stabs wool with special needles to make fun and weird creatures.

Joanne lives in rural Ontario, Canada with her husband and kids of the furred and feathered variety. Contact her through her website:

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