Monday, March 16, 2015
That's why she's gone to spend some time with her grandmother, Mim, in Rosemont. Maybe she can spend some time helping the town get ready for the annual Flower Festival while her parents figure out what to do next.
It isn't long before Anna is caught up in Rosemont life and the flower festival, but one day she sees something. Well, she's not even sure if it's really anything, but it just seems wrong. That girl in the van just didn't look right. She looked...terrified.
Anna and her new friends are convinced this girl is in trouble, but they will need to convince the police that what Anna saw and her gut feeling are enough to go on. Anna refuses to give up because she knows she may be the only real chance this girl has.
Joan Bauer has written another great story about a strong girl who refuses to back down. I love all of Joan Bauer's books because of the strong characters and the issues they face. Tell Me is no exception. Anna deals with her personal struggles while catching a glimpse inside the world of human trafficking.