Before I used it, the key had infinite possibilities.
Eleven-year-old Elise feels stuck. Her school locker-buddy squashes her lunch and laughs at her, every day. She doesn't want to go to school - and her best friend Franklin just makes things worse.
Now I was ready for something to be different. Anything, really.
One day Elise discovers an incredible secret. A secret that might just help her unlock her past, and take a chance on the future.
I decided that tomorrow I would see what that key opened up. It had my name on it, after all . . .
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At a young age, Suzanne LaFleur fell in love with stories and writes to help children do the same. Suzanne works with children in New York and Boston.More about Suzanne LaFleur