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About the author:
Charlotte Peyton is a Certified Journalism Educator and teaches Journalism, Photojournalism and English in Virginia. She is currently writing a sequel to Along the Garden Path, In the Chilling Wind.
Charlotte was born in The Hague, The Netherlands, but was raised in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where she attended Mounds View High School and The University of Minnesota. She currently lives in Virginia, with her husband and three children.
While growing up in Minnesota, Charlotte was an active cross-country skier, and enjoys running, reading, and writing.
Along the Garden Path
Charlotte Strack Peyton
This is a story about Addison Erhard, an affluent young seventeen-year-old growing up in McLean, Virginia, who feels pressured to be successful. She wants to be a journalist who makes an impact on the world. In order to attend her dream school of Columbia University, she must break the state track record, and write an incredible story for her school's magazine. Her family is split in their support, the pressure in the community and from her father is to attend an Ivy League school, to become a successful lawyer, doctor, politician or banker; her father would like her to become a banker. Her mother, an artist who does not fit in with the McLean society as well as her father, supports her desire to follow her dreams.
She meets a boy, Mason Gentry, who wants to buck high society McLean by following his family's legacy and become a farmer. While investigating her story about kids who pursue non-traditional college and career paths, the young journalist falls in love with Mason.
In March a student at Chain Bridge High School and friend of both Mason and Addison, Jamison Randall, is struck down during a hit-and-run accident early one morning. The driver of the car has fled and Jamison is in a coma. Addison, who works for the news magazine, decides to investigate the accident on her own, and what she find is more than she can handle.
- Publication Date:
- 1530089174 / 9781530089178
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- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 5.5" x 8.5"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Juvenile Fiction / Social Issues / Adolescence