MY MIXED-UP BERRY BLUE SUMMER The summer of 2000 should be an idyllic one for June, spending it alongside Vermont's Lake Champlain, but her mother has decided to wed her partner, Eva, under the state's newly enacted civil-union law.The 12-year-old doesn't mind much that her mother, MJ, is a lesbian, but she preferred life with just the two of them. Besides that, Eva isn't subtle about her relationship with MJ, and that's
UTTERLY FANTASTIC I love this book. You. Have. To. Get. It. It has lovable characters and a totally real storyline. You'll love it.
LibraryThing Review It's very rare to find a book that is based in queer issues for mg readers. Quite sweet with believable family and town issues. Also, a pie recipe is included.
LibraryThing Review Twelve-year-old June's biggest worry is winning the pie competition at the fair until her mom and girlfriend decide to get married under Vermont's new civil union law and become the object of prejudice. A great debut novel deftly tackling a timely subject.
LibraryThing Review Twelve-year-old June and her mom have always gotten along fine -- but now Eva, her mom's girlfriend, has come to live with them, and June is not sure what she thinks about that. The book is set in
LibraryThing Review June is a twelve-year-old girl who lives with her mom on Lake Champlain, where they run their own shop in a marina. Her mom is a lesbian with whom her soon to be bride has just moved in. Her dad is an