Pieces of Georgia, by Jen Bryant [teen fiction]

Reviewed by Jordan

The book Pieces of Georgia is an excellent book. In the book, there is a quiet girl named Georgia who is claimed “shy.” The school’s social teacher gives her a journal and tells her to “go write down feelings and events that happen in your life.” Being a young girl, Georgia gets curious when an envelope comes in for her, requesting that they’ll grant her membership to a Brandywine River Museum after school to study the building and its paintings. She thinks carefully about who painted it and what it means (techniques.) To see if researching and writing will make her art career take off. I recommend reading Pieces of Georgia.

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