Gifted: Here Today, Gone Tomorrow

Gifted

Marilyn Kaye

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Shy, dreamy Emily Sanders is able to foresee future events with the gift of premonitions, but they aren’t always quite right. With frustration, Emily can not yet manage to control her visions, and the other students usually don’t take her seriously. As Emily works on controlling her gift and her premonitions become clearer, her classmates find themselves in a situation where they are forced to listen to her, but will it be too late?

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Gifted: Here Today Gone Tomorrow
First Chapter ExcerptCHAPTER ONE
Sometimes Emily wasn't sure if she was dreaming or having one of her visions. Usually it happened in the early morning, just before her alarm went off.
On this particular Monday morning, she was pretty sure she was awake. She knew her eyes were open because she could see her chest of drawers, her desk, and her bookcase, with her old collection of dolls from many lands lining the top shelf. Dim sunlight was coming through the muslin curtains at her window, and she could even see the sweater she'd left hanging on the bedpost

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School Library Journal
Emily and her classmates are realistically drawn characters. . . . bond[s] [of friendship] that will ring true with the intended audience. . . . With both teen angst and tightly woven supernatural suspense, the book will have readers clamoring for the next volume.
 
 

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Marilyn Kaye

Marilyn Kaye is a former associate professor of library sciences and the best-selling author of numerous books and series, including Replica. Her book, Penelope, was made into feature film starring Christina Ricci.

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Trade Paperback

Trade Paperback
Kingfisher
October 2009
Trade Paperback
ISBN: 9780753463109
ISBN10: 0753463105
Young Adult Fiction
5 1/8 x 7 3/4 inches, 224 pages
Age Range: 10 to 14
Grade Range: 5 to 9
$7.99
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