The Hopper-Hill Family (2020)

The Hopper Hill Family Piper Hill had lived in the same house with the same neighbors and the same routine most of her life Seventh grade started the same as every year before it but everything changed when her dad rece
  • Title: The Hopper-Hill Family
  • Author: Erika S. Castiglione
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 324
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Piper Hill had lived in the same house, with the same neighbors, and the same routine, most of her life Seventh grade started the same as every year before it, but everything changed when her dad received a phone call about a tragedy that lead Piper s three cousins and their dog to live with her Now Piper wonders where her sixteen year old cousin, Seth, goes when he gePiper Hill had lived in the same house, with the same neighbors, and the same routine, most of her life Seventh grade started the same as every year before it, but everything changed when her dad received a phone call about a tragedy that lead Piper s three cousins and their dog to live with her Now Piper wonders where her sixteen year old cousin, Seth, goes when he gets angry, how to handle the rapid mood swings of six year old Sam, and what to say to fifteen year old Cora when she cries Things get even complicated when Uncle Carlos shows up out of nowhere and needs a place to stay, and her cute neighbor, Knox, drops by than usual Even her parents and her best friend, Lois, seemed to have changed overnight When things seem like they can t get chaotic, her mother makes an announcement that surprises them all.
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    1. Piper Hill has always wished for a brother and sister, but when tragedy strikes her family, she soon has three cousins and a dog living with her and her parents She soon realizes that having a bigger family is a lot harder than she thought, especially when grief plays a roll Through the first year as a new family, the Hopper Hill s struggle through changes and discover the biggest surprise of all that healing and family come in many forms.I picked The Hopper Hill Family to read because I wanted [...]

    2. Oh to be in seventh grade Castiglione captures the feeling all too well The in between of adulthood and childhood that you think you ll never escape is felt while Piper navigates the abrupt changes in her family situation This was such a lovely debut YA novel, and I look forward to from this author She dealt with difficult issues in a warm, authentic way At points, I wanted to cry but I smiled to myself for most of the book, nodding in agreement.

    3. I couldn t put this book down It made me laugh and cry It is a wonderful story of an only child that ends up with a very large family 12 year old Piper is smart and very insightful As she observes her surroundings, you can t help but be drawn into her world and thoughts and emotions.

    4. What a wonderful story I thoroughly enjoyed this debut novel, and look forward to reading from this author in the future.

    5. A family of 3 becomes a family of 6 when the parents adopt a niece and two nephews after their parent s death A beautiful story of the realities of life, death and everything in between My favorite thing about this book is that the author keeps you emotionally invested in the story and genuinely makes you want to know what happens next A must read for middle school

    6. A sweet book for middle school readers and up about the struggles of losing loved ones, and the healing process afterwards Piper, an only child, is suddenly sharing her home with her three cousins from Colorado Her narrative is sweet and it was interesting to hear how she, as a 12 year old, perceived grief, as well as how each of the three cousins dealt with it.

    7. Loved this book and hoping there will be additional ones soon Laughed and cried and did not want it to end.

    8. Sweet, enjoyable book and a quick read Castiglione deals with grief and loss in a very realistic, down to earth manner Not too sappy, but there were a few tears streaming here and there.

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