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Author: Colby F. Rodowsky
ISBN13: 978-0606137362
Title: Remembering Mog
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Language: English
Category: Literature and Fiction
Publisher: Demco Media (August 1, 1998)

Remembering Mog by Colby F. Rodowsky

Remembering Mog. by Colby F. Rodowsky. Publication date 1996. Topics Murder - Fiction, Death - Fiction, Family life - Fiction. Publisher Farrar Straus Giroux. Collection inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive. Contributor Internet Archive. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Alethea Bowser on February 16, 2012.

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This book is written from Annie's point of view, two years after the murder of her older sister Mog. Details of the time are referred to in flashbacks. Annie's mother reacts to the death by denying Mog's death and acting as if it hadn't happened, or that Mog hadn't really existed. Two years on Annie now has to make her own way and not follow in Mog's footsteps. It is at this point Annie needs counselling. Just two years ago, Annie's sister Mog was happily looking forward to graduation day, the excitement of college, and planning for the future. But all Mog's dreams ended on the eve of her graduation.

Born 1932, in Baltimore, MD; Education: College of Notre Dame of Maryland, . Remembering Mog, Farrar, Straus (New York, NY), 1996. A former teacher, Colby Rodowsky turned to writing for children when she was forty years old and her youngest child was in second grade.

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After graduating from a private high school in Baltimore, Annie comes to terms with the loss of her sister who had been murdered two years earlier
Reviews: 5
Remembering Mog was a great story about a family who suffered from a terrible loss. In the story, Mog -an outgoung teenager- gets murdered on the night before her high school graduation. The story tells how Mog's family deals with her death and how they learn to remember her like the way they did before her death. I thought that this was a great book because it taught me to love and care for everyone. You never know when something terrible will happen. This book is a great book for all readers and I'd suggest for anyone to read it.
I like to read stories that tell about people's problems & how they get over them. This book is a good example of that kind of story. Annie's sister, Mog, was murdered two years ago. Suddenly Annie realizes that she has been following in Mog's foot-steps. Mog never graduated from high school. Annie is now a senior and doesn't know what she is going to do now. Things get so stressful that Annie has to seek for help.
Annie is finishing high school and has reached the point in her life that her sister, Mog, had reached when she was killed. Annie struggles with how she will go forward without having Mog's footprints to follow. She has trouble finding the comfort and support that she needs from her family. However, she is able to deal with her thoughts and fears as she reaches out to Harriet Jeffers, a therapist. I thought the book was great. Rodowsky does a fabulous job describing the feelings and thoughts of the characters. It was very easy to get interested in, and I felt like I knew the characters personally. It has a genuine feel for how one can handle grief so differently from others. NOTE TO TEACHERS: This is an ALA Notable Book and would be appropriate for middle school or high school students.
Annie must come to grips with the loss of her older sister and her mother's denial that Mog is gone. Finally, a book for young adults that is not hopeless and dreadful. Real issues, real struggles, real people yet "Dysfunctional Families in their Various and Nefarious Forms" isn't the theme of the book.
This book was really great. It really shows that you even though smeone died you have to let it go. I just had a recent death in my family and this book helped me let go of it.