Instead, in the first few years, she retreated to the relative seclusion of Anglesey to start her family.
Meet Kate Geller, a sassy flute-playing artist, who comes up with an original way to redefine friendship.
I genuinely don't understand what there is to envy.
Kate's story revolves around her school and family life and is told in a realistic and humorous tone.
I always felt this film was very underrated.
Nora's father is working out of town, so her mother signs her up for Junior Guides because she seems to have no friends.
This was the most normal book I've read in a long time.
Fifth grader Kate Geller enjoys her life despite the annoyances of being the middle child.