Livvie Owen lived here /

Fourteen-year-old Livvie Owen, who has autism, and her family have been forced to move frequently because of her outbursts, but when they face eviction again, Livvie is convinced she has a way to get back to a house where they were all happy, once.

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Main Author: Dooley, Sarah.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published:New York : Feiwel and Friends, 2010.
Edition:1st ed.
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Main Author:Dooley, Sarah.
Summary:Fourteen-year-old Livvie Owen, who has autism, and her family have been forced to move frequently because of her outbursts, but when they face eviction again, Livvie is convinced she has a way to get back to a house where they were all happy, once.

Olivia "Livvie" Owen feels things differently than her parents and two sisters. Livvie is autistic. Her family has had to move repeatedly because of her outbursts. When they again face eviction, Livvie is convinced she has a way to get back to a house where they were all happy, once.

The problem is, Livvie burned down that house.

But she's not giving up. Here is her story.

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Physical Description:229 p. ; 22 cm.
ISBN:9780312612535
0312612532
Author Notes:

Sarah Dooley graduated from Marshall University in 2006. She was a special education teacher who now provides treatment to children with autism. She is the winner of the 2012 PEN/Phyllis Naylor Working Writer Fellowship. She has written several books including Body of Water, Livvie Owen Lived Here, and Free Verse.

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