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No place like here [electronic resource] / Christina June.

June, Christina (author.). hoopla digital. (Added Author).

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Summary, etc.: From Christina June, author of It Started with Goodbye and Everywhere You Want to Be, comes No Place Like Here, a modern twist on Hansel and Gretel. Ashlyn Zanotti has big plans for the summer. She's just spent a year at boarding school and can't wait to get home. But when Ashlyn's father is arrested for tax evasion and her mother enters a rehab facility for "exhaustion," her life is turned upside down. The cherry on top? Ashlyn's father sends her to work with a cousin she doesn't even know at a rustic team-building retreat center in the middle of nowhere. A self-proclaimed "indoor girl," not even Ash's habit of leaving breadcrumb quotes-inspirational sayings she scribbles everywhere-can help her cope. With a dangerously careless camp manager doling out grunt work, an overbearing father trying to control her even from prison, and more than a little boy drama to struggle with, the summer is full of challenges. And Ashlyn must make the toughest decision of her life: keep quiet and follow her dad's marching orders, or find the courage to finally stand up to her father to have any hope of finding her way back home. Fans looking for clean teen fiction, with elements of drama, romance, friendship, and an unflinching look into navigating and improving even the most difficult parent-teen relationships need look no further.
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Subject: Family problems Fiction
Fathers and daughters Fiction
Assertiveness (Psychology) Fiction
Camps Fiction
Families Juvenile fiction
Fathers and daughters Juvenile fiction
Assertiveness (Psychology) Juvenile fiction
Camps Juvenile fiction
Young adult fiction
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