Odessa Again by Dana Reinhardt audiobook

Odessa Again

By Dana Reinhardt
Read by Lisa Breitman

Listening Library (Audio) 9780385739566
3.72 Hours Unabridged
Format: Digital Download (In Stock)
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   Fourth grader Odessa Green-Light lives with her mom and her toad of a little brother, Oliver. Her dad is getting remarried, which makes no sense according to Odessa. If the prefix "re" means "to do all over again," shouldn't he be remarrying Mom? Meanwhile, Odessa moves into the attic room of their new house. One day she gets mad and stomps across the attic floor. Then she feels as if she is falling and lands . . . on the attic floor. Turns out that Odessa has gone back in time a whole day! With this new power she can fix all sorts of things--embarrassing moments, big mistakes, and even help Oliver be less of a toad. Her biggest goal: reunite Mom and Dad.

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Summary

Summary

   Fourth grader Odessa Green-Light lives with her mom and her toad of a little brother, Oliver. Her dad is getting remarried, which makes no sense according to Odessa. If the prefix "re" means "to do all over again," shouldn't he be remarrying Mom? Meanwhile, Odessa moves into the attic room of their new house. One day she gets mad and stomps across the attic floor. Then she feels as if she is falling and lands . . . on the attic floor. Turns out that Odessa has gone back in time a whole day! With this new power she can fix all sorts of things--embarrassing moments, big mistakes, and even help Oliver be less of a toad. Her biggest goal: reunite Mom and Dad.

Editorial Reviews

Editorial Reviews

“With humor as well as depth, this is an endearing story of a spunky girl who realizes that life gets more, not less, confusing as she grows up.” Kirkus Reviews
“Odessa’s triumphs and mishaps will bring laughs and pangs of sympathy, and set imaginations spinning.” Publishers Weekly

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Author

Author Bio: Dana Reinhardt

Author Bio: Dana Reinhardt

Dana Reinhardt is the author of A Brief Chapter in My Impossible Life, Harmless, How to Build a House, The Things a Brother Knows, and The Summer I Learned to Fly, among others.

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Category: Fiction
Runtime: 3.72
Audience: Children (8–12)
Language: English