Sara the Psychic Sleuth

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About the author:
The author taught school, covering many grade levels and college courses in various states during the first part of her employment years. She has a BS and MS in Education, to include Social Sciences and a Reading Specialty. Most recently, prior to retirement, she was involved with the elderly, providing for their psycho-social needs. During this time, she edited many newsletters, however, her ultimate goal was to become a children's author. She has three grown children, three adorable grandchildren and currently lives with her spouse in Michigan.

Sara the Psychic Sleuth

Authored by Peggy A. McGee

Thirteen year old, Sara Neuman, inherited a psychic gift from her maternal side of the family of predicting the future and the ability to move things at will. Something, her single dad, David Neuman, is unable to cope with or understand, after years of trying. His only solution, following another devastating relationship break-up and work-related issues, is to move back East, to seek guidance from her grandmother. Coupled with becoming a teenager, Sara depends on her Granny's advice on how to control her energy surges, while seeking acceptance for who she is.
Part one, "New Beginnings", depicts a menagerie of problems that Sara must learn to overcome, through her Granny's teachings, on how to control and use her gift in a socially accepted manner. During the following year as her granny's health declines, Sara endures both ostracism and depression, while assisting her dad in finding someone who is compatible to the family's needs to become her new stepmother.
In part two, "The Psychic Squad", Sara, with the help of her new stepmother and friends, is able to use her gifts more appropriately, to warn others of impending danger, while discovering new talents and her first love.
This is a compelling, magical story of a teen, despite many losses and hardships, who finds a new meaning to life. While finessing her gifts, she matures into a talented young teen, who has learned how to accept herself, while making a difference to those around her.

Publication Date:
1479253863 / 9781479253869
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Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Juvenile Fiction / Interactive Adventures

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