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Snail Mail No More

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Snail Mail No More

Snail Mail No More
Author Paula Danzinger and Ann M. Martin
Country United States
Language English
Genre Children novel
Publication date
Media type Print (Hardback & Paperback)
ISBN ISBN 0-340-74432-4

Snail Mail No More is a book published in 2000 by Paula Danziger and Ann M. Martin. It is the sequel to P.S. Longer Letter Later and is about the relationship between two long-distance friends, Elizabeth and Tara.


After a year of snail mail following, long-distance friends Elizabeth Richardson and Tara*Starr Lane are ready for the more immediate gratification of e-mail. Because the emails take so little time to send, the two have an even closer relationship. They send emails about their fast changing lives. Tara* Starr is getting used to having a baby sister in the house, and how a social studies project ruined her relationship with her boyfriend Bart. Meanwhile Elizabeth's father is coming back to the dispointment of Elizabeth,her mother, and her little sister Emma. They face problems like Tara* Starr's sister premature birth. But the hardest of all was Elizabeth's father's fatal car crash. In the end, Tara* Starr's sister Scarlett was fine, and Elizabeth understanding that another chapter in her life was closed, but another chapter was beginning. Both girls' friendship improved. They were in 8th grade at that time.

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