In If I Stay, Mia is torn between music and her family. If she pursues her dreams with her cello, it could mean leaving behind her boyfriend, Adam, her parents, and her little brother Teddy. But suddenly, one morning on a drive with her family, she's given an even tougher decision. Should she stay, with what seems like little left to get her through her life, or leave, abandoning the people she loves?
I don't want to give too much away about this great book. Let me just say that after all of Mia's flashbacks and thinking, you'll find the end very satisfying. Forman's other two books are Sisters In Sanity and You Can't Get There From Here.
Happy reading, everyone, even though a lot of you are probably busy in school! Just remember, reading should never be a chore, it should be a fun and exciting learning experience. Also, are you reading The Wizard Of Oz for the Dekoposh Book Club? You better be, because we're going to be talking about it on Monday, the 31st!
P.S. I got my Nutcracker Ballet parts! I'm a rat, Snow Dust (that's on toe shoes!), and a Waltz Garland, which I was last year. Should be fun!