Saturday, July 23, 2011

June Bug by Chris Fabry

For as far back and she can remember, June has lived in an RV traveling around the USA with her father. Because this is all she has known, June doesn’t think to question it until she sees an artists rendition of herself on a missing child poster in Walmart. The poster give’s June’s real name, birthday and when she went missing. Seeing the poster makes June begin to question her father about where they came from, if they will ever stop traveling and live in a real house, and where her mother is.
June Bug is a modern retelling of Victor Hug’s Les Miserables. The story, told from June’s perspective, is a tale of the sacrifice one man makes to save a child.

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