Ostrich Eye

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Ostrich Eye

Ostrich Eye Is the man Ginger meets in the park really her long lost father or is he her family s worst nightmare The guy is everywhere On the jogging path At the video store In the coffeehouse He s beginning to

  • Title: Ostrich Eye
  • Author: Beth Cooley
  • ISBN: 9780385731065
  • Page: 125
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Is the man Ginger meets in the park really her long lost father or is he her family s worst nightmare The guy is everywhere On the jogging path At the video store In the coffeehouse He s beginning to give Ginger the creeps But maybe he s not a weirdo Maybe he s just a man looking for the daughter he walked out on ten years ago.Or maybe not.Beth Cooley s cautionIs the man Ginger meets in the park really her long lost father or is he her family s worst nightmare The guy is everywhere On the jogging path At the video store In the coffeehouse He s beginning to give Ginger the creeps But maybe he s not a weirdo Maybe he s just a man looking for the daughter he walked out on ten years ago.Or maybe not.Beth Cooley s cautionary tale of family relationships, identity, and the disastrous results of miscommunication is a gripping novel with the unsettling premise that danger lives closer to us than anyone ever wants to think possible.

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    1. Abena Osei-gyamfi on said:

      Ostrich eye by Beth Cooley is a book about a girl named Ginger. She lives with her mother, step-father, and little sister Vivian and never got to meet her biological father, who she was very curious about . She would always ask questions about him and look at the high school year book pictures of him. One day while she was at the park with her friend, she saw this strange looking man sitting on a bench. She felt very uneasy about him being there and talked to her friend about it, who didn’t se [...]

    2. Judy (Geeky Reading) on said:

      ~3/5I was more impressed with the subject matter in this book than I thought I would be.If Ginger’s mother had just been honest with her from the start, several things would have been different in her life. Sadly, Ginger didn’t know the whole story. And it turned very badly when Ginger thought she’d found her real father.This is definitely a sad story, a creepy one, and I had a bad feeling from the beginning. It didn’t turn out quite like I expected, but I did like that there was more st [...]

    3. Jacqueline on said:

      This book was a page turner! Ginger notices a man watching her and her friends while they jog in the park. Her friends don't think that it is unusual for a man to be watching three pretty teen girls. She has a strange feeling about him though. This feeling only grows as she sees the man repeatedly around town. Through some sleuthing, she is pretty sure that she knows who he is. Is she right?This is a quick read about the dangers of keeping secrets. Interesting characters and plot background roun [...]

    4. TheSaint on said:

      At first glance, Ginger (the main character in Beth Cooley's Ostrich Eye) seems to have her head screwed on right. Nice family -- mom, sister, step dad -- nice boyfriend, good friends. It's when she thinks she finds her biological father, that her life becomes troublesome. The strange man she sees in the park and in restaurants is friendly at first, and when he admits to being her long lost dad, Ginger is intrigued, but wary enough to withhold any news of this stranger from her mom. But knowing [...]

    5. Rebekah on said:

      When I found this book at the library, I was scared to pick it up. It was a simple hardback edition, with no description inside or anything to tell me what this book was about. But, of course, being the curious teenager that I am, I took this mysterious book home, the one with the obnoxiously bright binding and strange title. I am so freaking glad I did.

    6. Gina on said:

      Ginger is hoping that the mysterious stranger in her community is her long lost biological father. Her stepfather has always been a good father to her, but she thinks he prefers his own daughter. This is a good coming of age story and deals with family relationships, as well as child endangerment, and the insecurities of being a teenager.

    7. Sarah on said:

      Having seen the same man at many of the same places where she goes, Ginger wonders whether she should fear this obvious stalker or approach him in the hopes that he may be her long lost father that had walked out of her family's life so many years ago.

    8. Alicia on said:

      Ginger's relationship changes with everyone from her little sister Vivian to her mom after a miscommunication between someone she thinks is her real father leads to an abduction.

    9. Gloria Liposchak on said:

      Girl thinks strange man in town is her biological father.He's only using her to get to her little sister.s= child abduction

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