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Dancing in the Rain

Shelley Hrdlitschka

Orca Book Publishers, Ages 12+

IN SHELLEY HRDLITSCHKA’S 2002 novel, Dancing Naked, a teenager named Kia finds herself pregnant. Through the help of her minister, she decides to carry the baby to term and put her up for adoption. Dancing in the Rain fastforwards 16 years to tell the story of that baby, Brenna. While Hrdlitschka revisits the setting of Dancing Naked, this is not a typical sequel; reading the first book is not necessary to understand this one.

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