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When the fearless Zoe breaks her arm in a fall, Anna must brave summer camp - and her debut as a Counselor In Training - without her best friend. When the fearless Zoe breaks her arm in a fall, Anna must brave summer camp -- and her debut as a Counselor In Training -- without her best friend. Going it alone is not something Anna is ready for. Cruising along in Zoe's shadow had been comfortable, but now Anna is out in the full glare of the sun.
5 quotes from Gayle Friesen: 'Okay. I stand there under the branches of the Honesty Tree. More dead birds of truth fall down all around m., 'There's no point in getting angry. Anger makes you ask questiona. More dead birds of truth fall down all around me. ― Gayle Friesen, The Isabel Factor. tags: gayle-friesen, honesty-tree, the-isabel-factor.
Gayle Friesen is a Canadian author of young adult novels. She was raised in Chilliwack, British Columbia. 456" Canadian Library Association
The Isabel Factor (2005).
Gayle Friesen (born September 18, 1960) is a Canadian author of young adult novels. Friesen's first novel Janey's Girl (1998) was critically acclaimed, winning the Canadian Library Association's Young Adult Book Award and the Red Maple Reading Award. It was also nominated for the Governor General’s Literary Award . The Isabel Factor (2005). Jenkinson, Dave, 1998, Gayle Friesen, CM Magazine.
I think everybody needs a place to go when things become too much, a place where the world is the way you want it to be, and if you had a choice, it’s how you would have created it. - The Isabel Factor by Gayle Friesen. Gayle Friesen lit words quote choice.
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In this novel by Gayle Friesen, by turns hilarious and touching, a summer at camp changes everything and a young woman learns to be herself. jensha, July 27, 2007.