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True Friends

True Friends

Written by Stephanie Perry Moore

Narrated by Debora Raell


True Friends

Written by Stephanie Perry Moore

Narrated by Debora Raell

ratings:
4/5 (2 ratings)
Length:
2 hours
Released:
Dec 1, 2010
ISBN:
9781610450171
Format:
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Description

Carmen Browne is a ten-year-old African-American girl beginning fifth grade. With her family moving to a new city, Carmen is anguished to give up her friends and comfortable home. As her family adapts to a new location, Carmen learns that finding new friends and fitting in is not easy. Part of her doesn't even want to try.

Family issues become complicated when Carmen's brother learns he is adopted. Dealing with unpopularity, fitting in, and cultural differences are Carmen's issues in the first book of the Carmen Browne series.

An EChristian, Inc production.

Released:
Dec 1, 2010
ISBN:
9781610450171
Format:
Audiobook

Also available as...

Also available as bookBook

About the author

STEPHANIE PERRY MOORE is the author of many Young Adult Christian fiction titles, including the Payton Skky series, the Laurel Shadrach series, the Perry Skky Jr. series, the Faith Thomas Novelzine series, the Carmen Browne series, and the Beta Gamma Pi series. She is also the co-editor for the impactful BibleZine, REAL. Mrs. Moore speaks with young people across the country, showing them how they can live life fully and do it God's way. Stephanie currently lives in the greater Atlanta area with her husband, Derrick, a former NFL player and author, and their three children. Visit her website at www.stephanieperrymoore.com.


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  • (3/5)
    Everything is changing for ten-year old Carmen Browne. Her dad’s new job means she is in a new town, with new people, and a new school. As she enters fifth grade she’s grateful for Riana, the one friend she made over the summer. But her eyesight becomes blurry, and Carmen’s sense of what’s important grows blurry too as she shuns Riana for a shot at popularity. Life at home gets fuzzy too when it’s revealed that Carmen’s older brother is adopted. It takes a school assignment about affirmative action and a timely visit from an old fried to help Carmen put life back into focus—to help her see the real deal.