You Can't Fall for your Step-sister
Children in blended families form relationships to stepparents and step-siblings, which link them to new family members like an endless chain. A step-chain.
In You Can't Fall for Your Step-Sister we meet Ollie, who has mixed feelings about the upcoming beach vacation with his mom, brother, and step-family. While he's looking forward to the sun and surf, he can't ignore his growing feelings for Frankie, his stepsister. Only after a trial by water does Ollie recognize that even with the word "step" in front, family is family.
Young teens will relate to Ann Bryant's original, lively and humorous series about contemporary children, who are all connected by the chain of relationships formed when their parents divorce and re-couple. Each title is self-contained, but the same characters appear throughout the series. Each book deals with a specific problem of living in a blended family.
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