Having just lost her job, and following a major fight with her boyfriend, Kate is tricked into taking care of a sweet but emotionally damaged six-year-old girl named Jenny, who only communicates with adults through a doll she calls “Miranda.” As a result of an eventful night of babysitting, Kate begins to bond with Jenny, which causes a whole new set of complications with the people in Kate’s and Jenny’s lives. This book tells the story of how Kate and Jenny help each other to heal, grow, and navigate the difficult and sometimes dangerous world of New York City.
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About The Author
Co-Authors Anne Rothman-Hicks and Kenneth Hicks have been writing books together for over forty-five years and have lived in New York City for much of that time. They write mainstream, thrillers, mysteries and works for children in which New York is a strong presence.
Our mainstream novel was reviewed by Kirkus and has been included in its list of Best Books for 2016 in its year end magazine.
The link to the review is here: Kate and the Kid by Anne Rothman-Hicks , Kenneth Hicks | Kirkus Reviews