The Year My Sister Got Lucky by Aimee Friedman is her young adult contemporary personal drama novel, free courtesy of publisher Scholastic’s Point imprint.
This focuses on the relationship between two teenaged sisters who are also best friends, as they move from the city to the countryside, where they find themselves growing apart as one of them adapts far better to their new surroundings than the other. Offered at selected retailers in the US only.
From bestselling author Aimee Friedman, an acclaimed story about sisters, lies, and laughter — now in paperback!
Katie and Michaela Wilder are New York City girls…and best friends. But everything changes when they move upstate to rural Fir Lake. Katie is horrified by their new surroundings: the too-friendly neighbors, the lack of a subway, the fact they live near actual cows. She’s shocked when Michaela adapts to the country life effortlessly, dating a cute football player and attending homecoming with something resembling enjoyment.
And most shocking of all? She’s started keeping secrets from Katie.