13 Little Blue EnvelopesBook - 2011 | Revised pbk. ed.
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Ginny Blackstone never thought she’d spend her summer vacation backpacking across Europe. But that was before she received the first little blue envelope from Aunt Peg. Inside little blue envelope 1 are $1,000 and instructions to buy a plane ticket. You'll have to read the book to know what the... Read More »
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Several large pots lined these steps, each containing plants that didn’t exactly look like they had been condemned to death on purpose. They were weak and small but still making an effort.
Paris seemed to make good on the promise it made in every photograph of it she’d ever seen. People carried long baguettes. Couples walked hand in hand through asparagus-thin streets. And before long, a round moon hung overhead in an electric blue sky and the Eiffel Tower began to twinkle with a thousand little lights. The air was warm, and as Ginny leaned against the side of the Pont Neuf and watched a dinner boat slide along the Seine under her, she thought that this was a perfect Paris night. But she didn’t feel perfect. She felt alone . . .
"Rule #1: You may bring only what fits in your backpack. Don’t try to fake it with a purse or carry-on." (page 1)
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