My Mixed-Up Berry Blue Summer
by Jennifer Gennart
Twelve-year-old June Farrell is sure of one thing—she’s great at making pies—and she plans to prove it by winning a blue ribbon in the Champlain Valley Fair pie competition. But a backlash against Vermont’s civil union law threatens her family’s security and their business. Even when faced with bullying, June won’t give up on winning the blue ribbon; more importantly, she won’t give up on her family. (description from Amazon.com)
I really enjoyed this title. I think it's a lot more serious than the cover leads readers to believe. It handles the issue of families with homosexual parents very well. I'm glad I read it.
Dying to Meet You
by Kate Klise and M. Sarah Klise
43 Old Cemetary Road, book one
Cute. I love all the different "media" used to tell the story. The letters, the newspaper articles, etc. It was a fun read.
Full disclosure: Both books borrowed from my Library