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Cody and the Rules of Life
Cody ponders trust, conscience, friendship and family in this thoughtful, funny third book in the series.
Wyatt’s brand new bike, The Cobra, has been stolen. Cody feels terrible for her big brother. But deep down, in that place where she keeps feelings she’s not supposed to feel, she’s also a little glad. Without The Cobra, Wyatt won’t be riding off and leaving her in the dust. Meanwhile, new friend Pearl persuades Cody to give her Gremlin, Cody’s favorite toy. How can Cody get him back? It’s not stealing if it’s your own toy—or is it? On the road of life, Dad tells her, sometimes you’ve got to make a U-e. Cody ponders trust, conscience, friendship and family in this thoughtful, funny third book in the series.
World Rights: Candlewick (2017)
Tricia’s (she/her) books have received numerous starred reviews, appeared on many best-of-the-year and state-book lists, and received recognition from the Junior Library Guild, the Parents Choice Awards, and the American Library Association Notable Books committee. She is a two-time recipient of an Ohio Arts Council Award for Individual Excellence.
Tricia, who has worked as both an educator and a public library children’s associate, loves visiting schools and libraries. She is a frequent speaker at conferences and leads writing workshops for children and adults.
Mother of three grown daughters and four perfect grandbabies, she lives, works, plays and gardens in Cleveland, Ohio.
Tricia is represented by Kristin Ostby.