Spider's song /Published by : Puffin Canada, (Toronto :) Physical details: ix, 214 p. ; 21 cm. ISBN:9780143052975 :; 0143052977.
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"Stuck in yellowknife with her crazy grandmother, AJ is one angry girl. She's lonely, too, and her blog has become her main source of contact with the world. It is there she reveals her innermost hurts - the absence of her mother, who has gone back to school; and of her father, who abandoned AJ when she was just a little girl and the moving around she and her mom have had to do every few years for reasons she never understood. And recently, she's begun to cut herself - a powerful habit and shame she is trying to overcome.
Then a festival is held in Yellowknife. and AJ is befriended by a travelling musician, a man to whom she finds herself instantly drawn. Soon, she realizes that he may be her father.
Or is he?"
Ages 12 and up.