Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Book Review: Just Breeze by Beverly Stowe McClure

Title:                Just Breeze
Written by:      Beverly Stowe McClure
Soft back:        196 pages
Ages:               9-12
Publisher:        4RV Publishing
ISBN:              978-0-9840708-2-4
Published:       November 2009
Price:               $12.99

Breeze Brannigan has high hopes for her last year at Whispering Springs Middle School. It becomes quite clear on the first day nothing has changed, except for her grade level. Unable to tame her wild curly red hair she feels her awkwardness of her height and large feet as she navigates the school hallways and social scene.

Several new students arrive and life changes quickly. For better or worse is the question. The new girl, Allison, becomes the nemesis of Breeze’s best friend, Amy and the new boy, Cam, befriends Breeze. Compared to the other boys at school, Cam stands out with his polite behavior. Breeze is swept away by this unusual boy. Can boys actually behave like humans? He must be from a different country, more like another planet.

Current circumstances and history collide and what Breeze believes to be true is the farthest thing from the truth. Will Breeze be able to keep Cam’s deepest concerns a secret for his protection or will outside forces uncover what should not be revealed?

Step into Breeze’s shoes and delve into her inner most thoughts, her family and friends, and why she is truly blessed. Beverly Stowe McClure provides the reader with such detail and conversation throughout Just Breeze the reader will feel has if they are walking the halls with Breeze and feeling the essence of her life pouring through their veins.

To learn more about Beverly Stowe McClure’s accomplished and fascinating career visit: http://beverlystowemcclure.wordpress.com/


Best wishes,
Donna M. McDine
Award-winning Children's Author
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  1. What a pleasant surprise. Thank you for the lovely review, Donna. I'm happy you enjoyed Just Breeze.

    How are you? Feeling better I hope. It was sweet of your daughter to update us.

    Have a nice week. Thanks again.

  2. Thanks, Donna, for a wonderful review.


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