LaVaughn has made it through the projects, she’s gottenover heartbreak, she’s grown up, and now she might finally have her ticket to college. She believes that she’s keeping alert to all possibilities. But discoveries she makes during her senior year in high school disturb everything in her small universe. And in an effort to bring together people who should love each other, she jeopardizes the one prize she has sought her whole life long.
When do you know whether you’re doing the right thing? What happens when you can’t find a way to make lemonade out of lemons?
About the Author
Virginia Euwer Wolff is the distinguished author of six books for young readers. Her books have won the National Book Award, the Michael L. Printz Honor, the Golden Kite Award, the International Reading Association Children's Book Award, the Jane Addams Book Award, the PEN-West Book Award, and the Oregon Book Award, among many other honors. Critics have called make lemonade and true believer, the previous two books in this trilogy, "triumphant" (School Library Journal), "transcendent" (ALA Booklist), and "groundbreaking" (Publishers Weekly). Virginia Euwer Wolff lives and works in Oregon City, Oregon.
PRAISE FOR THIS FULL HOUSE: “An audacious and rewarding finale in the unparalleled MAKE LEMONADE sequence, there’s room in THIS FULL HOUSE for any reader to find a home.”—New York Times bestselling author Gregory Maguire “Once again, Virginia Euwer Wolff manages to write with such intensity, leading to such grace. This trilogy is a masterpiece, and this book is full of hard-earned beauty. Consider me amazed.”—New York Times bestselling author David Levithan “LaVaughn’s desire to make a difference in the lives of her friends is the strong voice that carries this story . . . an exploration on how easy it is to love yet how difficult it can be to forgive. A fitting and optimistic end to the trilogy.”—VOYA “A memorable tale of family, friendship, conscience and tenacity.”—BookPage “Wolff’s lyrical free verse once again breathes life into her unforgettable heroine.”—The Horn Book “LaVaughn’s ferocious determination and intelligence will wholly captivate readers, as will her beautifully articulated, elemental questions about integrity, faith, and how best to build a life.”—ALA Booklist “I couldn’t wait to find out what happened, and then wanted to go right on reading about these thoughtful, quirky, splendid characters. LaVaughn —so wise, naïve, and purely honest—is a treasure.”—Joanna Rudge Long, children’s literature scholar emeritus “The long-awaited conclusion to the trilogy delivers on its promise.” — Kirkus Reviews (starred review)
“An inspiring, relatable tale of perseverance, forgiveness, and family.”— — School Library Journal