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The Littlest Bigfoot

Length: 6 hrs and 41 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (48 ratings)
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From New York Times best-selling author Jennifer Weiner comes a laugh-out-loud funny and painstakingly real tale of friendship, furry creatures, and finding the place where you belong.

Alice Mayfair, 12 years old, slips through the world unseen and unnoticed. Ignored by her family and shipped off to her eighth boarding school, Alice would like a friend. And when she rescues Millie Maximus from drowning in a lake one day, she finds one.

But Millie is a Bigfoot, part of a clan who dwells deep in the woods. Most Bigfoots believe that people - NoFurs, as they call them - are dangerous, yet Millie is fascinated with the NoFur world. She is convinced that humans will appreciate all the things about her that her Bigfoot tribe does not: her fearless nature, her lovely singing voice, and her desire to be a star.

Alice swears to protect Millie's secret. But a league of Bigfoot hunters is on their trail, led by a lonely kid named Jeremy. And in order to survive, Alice and Millie have to put their trust in each other - and have faith in themselves - above all else.

©2016 Jennifer Weiner, Inc. All rights reserved. (P)2016 Simon & Schuster, Inc. All rights reserved.

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Intriquing Read!

I always was interested in the tale of bigfoot and wondered if it was real growing up. This story renewed my childhood interest and perhaps reminded me of some fears I'd had. But what the author really brought to light, is how everyone is different and shouldn't be ridiculed because of it. The friendship between Alice and Millie is definitely worth the read!