The Wanderer (Creech novel)
2002 HarperTrophy edition
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Sophie, a thirteen-year-old girl with two non-biological parents, is the only girl amongst a crew of her three uncles and her two cousins on the way to visit her grandpa, Bompie, who lives in England. The story is told from her point of view and also from her cousin Cody's. Through the journey, Sophie learns to accept who she is and gets to knows a lot about her relatives, which creates bonds among them all, especially Cody and Uncle Dock. She discovered how her parents died, and also comes to understand that she is allowed to express her feelings and allow her sad memories to go. Sophie realizes that this voyage helped her find the real Sophie inside of her.
- "The Wanderer". OCLC Worldcat. Retrieved 21 July 2014.
- "2001 Newbery Medal and Honor Books". Association for Library Service to Children. American Library Association. Retrieved 21 July 2014.
- The CILIP Carnegie Medal & Kate Greenaway Children's Book Awards
- Newbery Medal
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