About girl with a crow on her shoulder

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Eastern Shore Writers Book Blog

“Hey, who’s that?” Grace asked when a girl about her age flew past on her bike with a crow clinging to her shoulder and a pair of binoculars swinging form her neck.

“Oh, that’s Annie Crow,” Lois said with her chin lifted. “You don’t want to play with her.”

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Annie Crow Knoll: Sunrise is a story of loss, grief, survival and the healing powers of friendship and nature. Annie is a strong-minded girl, who battles with her secretive mother to uncover the truth about her grandmother’s suicide. At nineteen, she goes against social convention and trusts and relies on Bo, her family’s African American friend and her surrogate father, as she struggles to save the fourteen summer rental cottages left to her by her parents. When the family legacy of depression emerges in her early adulthood, and Annie faces estrangement from her husband and young son, will she be able…

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