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Yesterday and Today

Yesterday and Today

(Book #11 of Saranormal)
For Ages: 8 - 12
In the conclusion to the Saranormal series, Sara discovers the connections between the past, the present, and her powers.

Sara was absolutely thrilled to find the diary that her mother left hidden away so long ago—but she’s quickly disappointed by what she reads. She learns that her mother had paranormal powers too, and she hated them so much that she somehow managed to get rid of them. How did she do that? And is that the secret message she has for Sara? Will there ever be a way for them to communicate?

Meanwhile, Sara’s crush, Mason, seems to like her back, but he doesn’t want anyone else to know they’re hanging out. Especially not after a rumor gets started about Sara and her paranormal powers. Sara doesn’t care anymore what other people think—but Mason does, and that’s a problem. When Mason begins to fear that his association with Sara will somehow cause his own paranormal secret to be revealed, Sara has to decide: Will she stand up for who she is, even if it means losing the boy she likes so much?
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  • Simon Spotlight | 
  • 160 pages | 
  • ISBN 9781442489622 | 
  • December 2013 | 
  • Grades 3 - 7
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The beach. The boardwalk. The ghosts. Saranormal tells the story of Sara Collins, a twelve-year-old girl who wants more than anything to just be normal...but fitting in and acting normal is really hard when you can see ghosts.

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Yesterday and Today Chapter 1
Alone at last.

Upstairs in my room, I sat on the floor next to my bed. My hands shook a little as I stared down at the diary. My mother’s diary. My mother, who I had never met because she died giving birth to me. Now I held in my hands the diary she kept when she was my age. I was finally going to “meet” her . . . at least, sort of.

Earlier in the day, my best friend, Lily, and I had found the diary hidden in a secret closet in a room I usually refer to... see more

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Phoebe Rivers

Phoebe Rivers had a brush with the paranormal when she was thirteen years old, and ever since then she has been fascinated by people who see spirits and can communicate with them. In addition to her intrigue with all things paranormal, Phoebe also loves cats, French cuisine, and wiling her afternoons away in coffee shops writing stories. She has written dozens of books for children of all ages and is thrilled to now be exploring Sara’s paranormal world.

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