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Hazel Bly and the Deep Blue Sea

Ashley Herring Blake

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      Hazel Bly used to have the perfect family. But when a kayaking trip goes horribly wrong, Mum is suddenly gone forever and Hazel is left with a jagged scar on her face. After Mum's death, Hazel, her other mother, Mama, and her little sister Peach needed a fresh start. So for the last two years, the Bly girls have lived all over the country. They travel from town to town, never settling anywhere for more than a few months or so. But when the family comes to the town of Rose Harbor, Maine, a small fog-draped beach town full of roses and rocks, Hazel senses a wildness to it that feels like magic. And when Mama runs into an old childhood friend Claire, suddenly Hazel's tight-knit world is infiltrated. To make it worse, she has a daughter Hazel's age, Lemon, who can't stop rambling on and on about the Rose Maid, a local myth a hundred and fifty years old about how a local girl was so heartbroken she turned into a mermaid.Soon, Hazel finds herself just as obsessed with the Rose Maid as Lemon is-because what if magic were real? What if grief really could change you so much, you weren't even yourself anymore? What if instead you emerged from the darkness stronger than before?
      CONTRIBUTORS: Ashley Herring Blake EAN: 9780316535472 COUNTRY: United States PAGES: WEIGHT: 280 g HEIGHT: 192 cm
      PUBLISHED BY: Little, Brown & Company DATE PUBLISHED: CITY: GENRE: JUVENILE FICTION / Social Themes / Adolescence & Coming of Age, JUVENILE FICTION / Social Themes / Death, Grief, Bereavement, JUVENILE FICTION / LGBTQ+ WIDTH: 130 cm SPINE:

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      Relating to LGBTQ+ people, Children’s / Teenage fiction: General, modern and contemporary fiction, Children’s / Teenage personal and social topics: LGBTQ+, Children’s / Teenage personal and social topics: Death and grief, Children’s / Teenage personal and social topics: First / new experiences and growing up / coming of age

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      Ashley Herring Blake is the author of the young adult novels Suffer Love, How to Make a Wish, and Girl Made of Stars, as well as the Stonewall honor novel Ivy Aberdeen's Letter to the World, The Mighty Heart of Sunny St. James, and Hazel Bly and the Deep Blue Sea. Ashley lives in Georgia with her husband and two sons.

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      Hazel Bly used to have the perfect family. But when a kayaking trip goes horribly wrong, Mum is suddenly gone forever and Hazel is left with a jagged scar on her face. After Mum's death, Hazel, her other mother, Mama, and her little sister Peach needed a fresh start. So for the last two years, the Bly girls have lived all over the country. They travel from town to town, never settling anywhere for more than a few months or so. But when the family comes to the town of Rose Harbor, Maine, a small fog-draped beach town full of roses and rocks, Hazel senses a wildness to it that feels like magic. And when Mama runs into an old childhood friend Claire, suddenly Hazel's tight-knit world is infiltrated. To make it worse, she has a daughter Hazel's age, Lemon, who can't stop rambling on and on about the Rose Maid, a local myth a hundred and fifty years old about how a local girl was so heartbroken she turned into a mermaid.Soon, Hazel finds herself just as obsessed with the Rose Maid as Lemon is-because what if magic were real? What if grief really could change you so much, you weren't even yourself anymore? What if instead you emerged from the darkness stronger than before?
      CONTRIBUTORS: Ashley Herring Blake EAN: 9780316535472 COUNTRY: United States PAGES: WEIGHT: 280 g HEIGHT: 192 cm
      PUBLISHED BY: Little, Brown & Company DATE PUBLISHED: CITY: GENRE: JUVENILE FICTION / Social Themes / Adolescence & Coming of Age, JUVENILE FICTION / Social Themes / Death, Grief, Bereavement, JUVENILE FICTION / LGBTQ+ WIDTH: 130 cm SPINE:

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      Relating to LGBTQ+ people, Children’s / Teenage fiction: General, modern and contemporary fiction, Children’s / Teenage personal and social topics: LGBTQ+, Children’s / Teenage personal and social topics: Death and grief, Children’s / Teenage personal and social topics: First / new experiences and growing up / coming of age

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      Ashley Herring Blake is the author of the young adult novels Suffer Love, How to Make a Wish, and Girl Made of Stars, as well as the Stonewall honor novel Ivy Aberdeen's Letter to the World, The Mighty Heart of Sunny St. James, and Hazel Bly and the Deep Blue Sea. Ashley lives in Georgia with her husband and two sons.

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