Giveaway: Operation Oleander by Valerie O. Patterson (US only)

Giveaway: Operation Oleander by Valerie O. Patterson (US only)

Operation Oleander by Valerie O. Patterson
Release date: March 5, 2013


Ninth-grader Jess Westmark had the best of intentions when she started Operation Oleander to raise money for a girls’ orphanage in Kabul. She named her charity for the oleander that grows both in her Florida hometown and in Afghanistan, where her father is deployed. But on one of her father's trips to deliver supplies to the orphans, a car bomb explodes nearby and her father is gravely injured. Worse, her best friend’s mother and some of the children are killed, and people are blaming Operation Oleander for turning the orphanage into a military target for the Taliban. Is this all Jess’s fault?


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Sam (website) on Monday, 04 March 2013 12:51

Oleander grows in Florida her hometown and in Afghanistan where her father is serving.

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Oleander grows in Florida her hometown and in Afghanistan where her father is serving.
Stacy (website) on Monday, 04 March 2013 17:47

Because it grows in her hometown and where her father is serving

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Because it grows in her hometown and where her father is serving
Bella Cote (website) on Monday, 04 March 2013 18:20

Because it only grows in Florida, her home town, and Afghanistan where her father is serving.

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Because it only grows in Florida, her home town, and Afghanistan where her father is serving.
Ashley Taylor (website) on Monday, 04 March 2013 18:49

she names it that because orleander grows in her home town in Florida (just like me!) and where her father is deployed in Aghanistan

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she names it that because orleander grows in her home town in Florida (just like me!) and where her father is deployed in Aghanistan
Kaitlin Bledsoe (website) on Tuesday, 05 March 2013 16:41

She named it for the oleander that grows both in her Florida hometown and in Afghanistan, where her father is deployed.

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She named it for the oleander that grows both in her Florida hometown and in Afghanistan, where her father is deployed.
alicia marie (website) on Saturday, 09 March 2013 16:50

She names it oleander because it's a flower that grows in her hometown and where her father is in Afghanistan.

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She names it oleander because it's a flower that grows in her hometown and where her father is in Afghanistan.
YABC on Sunday, 10 March 2013 04:19

for a flower that grows in her Florida hometown and Afghanistan where her father is deployed

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for a flower that grows in her Florida hometown and Afghanistan where her father is deployed
YABC (website) on Sunday, 10 March 2013 11:28

Because it grows in Florida, where she lives, and in Afghanistan, where her dad is deployed to.

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Because it grows in Florida, where she lives, and in Afghanistan, where her dad is deployed to.
YABC (website) on Monday, 11 March 2013 09:22

What a timely subject!

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What a timely subject!
Irene Menge (website) on Monday, 11 March 2013 10:09

She named her charity for the oleander that grows both in her Florida hometown and in Afghanistan, where her father is deployed.

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She named her charity for the oleander that grows both in her Florida hometown and in Afghanistan, where her father is deployed.

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