Two girls. Two backgrounds. One amazing year. Adina Silvermintz has friends. Lots of them. Girls who share her values and memories. Girls she loves being with and who love being with her. Problem is all those friends live in a small Pennsylvania town. In a town that Adina called home, until her father got a new job, and she was forced to move to New York. Sheva Goldman also has friends. Lots of them. But as she begins eleventh grade and gets to know Adina better, her old friendships seem to be changing. Or maybe it's Sheva herself who's changing? Silver and Gold, which was originally serialized in Mishpacha Magazine, is one of those rare books that are fun to read, and even more fun to think about. Powerful, relatable, and so, so true, this is a book about empathy. About when to keep secrets (and when not to). About growing up. And, most of all, about the occasionally confusing, sometimes complicated, but always magical power of friendship.
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