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Stacy McAnulty
in no particular order...Stacy is a wife, daughter, mother, sister, owner/mother of two dogs, author, 'retired' mechanical engineer, volunteer basketball coach, reluctant cook, chauffeur, storyteller, dark chocolate aficionado, avid reader, klutz, frequent shopper, rebound dieter, internet... show more



in no particular order...Stacy is a wife, daughter, mother, sister, owner/mother of two dogs, author, 'retired' mechanical engineer, volunteer basketball coach, reluctant cook, chauffeur, storyteller, dark chocolate aficionado, avid reader, klutz, frequent shopper, rebound dieter, internet addict, friend, Packers fan, traveler, occasional blogger, and concerned citizen

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My Never Ending List
My Never Ending List rated it 1 year ago
I think I inhaled this book! Intrigued by an approaching storm, Lucy (age 8) and her friend Cecel, climb a metal fence to watch it (I thought to myself, who climbs a metal fence during a storm?). When the storm’s lightning came in contact with that fence, both girls lived to tell their story, but Lu...
100 Pages A Day...Stephanie's Book Reviews
Middle School is hard enough, but it is going to be an even more difficult year for 12 year old Lucy Callahan. Four years ago Lucy was struck by lightning while playing outside. Lucy's heart stopped for a few minutes, but more importantly, it changed the way her brain worked. When Lucy recovered, sh...
Ruined by Reading
Ruined by Reading rated it 3 years ago
Lightning Girl is 12 year-old Lucy Callahan’s screen name in the math forum she loves. Ever since she was hit by lightning at 8 years old, she’s been a math genius. She’s also been homeschooled due to her academic differences and her OCD tendencies. When Lucy’s beloved uncle visits, he and Lucy’s Na...
I Live in Many Worlds
I Live in Many Worlds rated it 4 years ago
I love this book. It's simple and to the point. It's about how all girls, despite the color of their skin or how able their bodies are or how feminine they choose to be, are beautiful. It shows girls through the stunning illustrations created by Joanne Lew-Vriethoff that being a girl is wonderful. S...
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