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The unforgettable Guinevere St. Clair / Amy Makechnie.

Makechnie, Amy, author. (Author).
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  • 10 of 12 copies available at NC Cardinal.

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0 current holds with 12 total copies.

Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
East Asheville Library J MAK (Text) 0020511913897 Juvenile New Fiction Available -
Fairview Library J MAK (Text) 0020511954461 Juvenile New Fiction Available -
Fines Creek Library J Makechnie (Text) 33115007645202 Juvenile Fiction Available -
Harnett County Main Library J F Mak (Text) 33630004683517 Juvenile Fiction Checked out 10/11/2018
Hudson (Caldwell) J MAKECHNI Amy (Text) 50669012347358 Juvenile Fiction Available -
Hudson (Fontana) J MAKECHNIE (Text) 39493108347826 Juvenile New Fiction Available -
Lee County Main Library J FIC MAKECHNIE (Text) 33262003255129 Juvenile Fiction Available -
Lenoir Library J MAKECHNI Amy (Text) 50669012347390 Juvenile Fiction Available -
Pack Memorial Library J MAK (Text) 0020511948554 Juvenile New Fiction Available -
South Buncombe/Skyland Library J MAK (Text) 0020511913905 Juvenile New Fiction Available -
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Record details

  • ISBN: 9781534414464
  • Physical Description: 322 pages ; 22 cm
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: New York : Atheneum Books for Young Readers, [2018]

Content descriptions

Summary, etc.: Guinevere St. Clair is going to be a lawyer. She was the fastest girl in New York City. She knows everything there is to know about the brain. And now that she's living in Crow, Iowa, she wants to ride into her first day of school on a cow named Willowdale Princess Deon Dawn. But Gwyn isn't in Crow, Iowa, just for royal cows. Her family has moved there, where her parents grew up, in the hopes of jogging her mother Vienna's memory. Vienna has been suffering from memory loss since Gwyn was four. She can no longer remember anything past the age of thirteen, not even that she has two young daughters. Gwyn's father is obsessed with finding out everything he can to help his wife, but Gwyn's focused on problems that seem a little more within her reach. Like proving that the very strange Gaysie Cutter who lives next door is behind the disappearance of her only friend, Wilbur Truesdale. Gwyn is sure she can crack the case, but when she does she finds that not all of her investigations lead her to the places she would have expected. In fact they might just lead her to learn about the mother she's been doing her best to forget.
Subject: Missing persons > Juvenile fiction.
Memory > Juvenile fiction.
Mothers and daughters > Juvenile fiction.
Moving, Household > Juvenile fiction.
Farm life > Iowa > Juvenile fiction.
Iowa > Juvenile fiction.
Genre: Mystery fiction.
Detective and mystery fiction.

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