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Click for availability and more information Eleven, by Patricia Reilly Giff

Sam lives with his grandfather and they both share a love and talent of woodworking. As Sam nears his eleventh birthday, he stumbles onto a mystery...of his own life. Could it be that his grandfather really isn't his family? Sam turns to a new girl in his class and as they work on a class project together, he enlists her help in finding out his true identity. Patricia Reilly Giff is an award winning author, and among her other titles are Pictures of Hollis Woods, Lily' s Crossing, and Nory Ryan's Song.

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