Maybe Yes, Maybe No, Maybe Maybe

by Susan Patron and Abigail Halpin

PK is a middle sister. She is stuck between Megan, who is almost-a-teenager and has... read more

PK is a middle sister. She is stuck between Megan, who is almost-a-teenager and has perfect toes and brilliant ideas and hardly any time for PK, and Rabbit, who is five and has a billion questions which it is PK's job to answer. They're all growing up so fast! When Mama announces that they'll be moving to a new apartment, PK feels lost in the midst of all that is changing. Even riding her best friend, Bike, makes her feel only a little better. She is worried about Rabbit, who worries too much, worried about Bike, and, most of all, she is worried about how the magical hamper stories she got at the old apartment will reach her at the new one. "You have drama in your blood, PK," her mother tells her, and PK likes the sound of that. But she has to believe it before changes aren't so scary after all. PK is an original. (Ages 8-10)

© Cooperative Children's Book Center, Univ. of Wisconsin - Madison, 1993

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