Jennifer L. Holm Writing Styles in Penny from Heaven

Jennifer L. Holm
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Point of View

Penny from Heaven by Jennifer L. Holm is written entirely from the first person perspective of an eleven-year-old girl named Penny. She lives in a house with her mother and her mother's parents — Me-me and Pop-pop. The novel relies primarily on her narrative of the time and while there are conversations between the main character, Penny and those who play a role in her life, most are short and merely used to illustrate a point or explain a given situation. The period of time covered is less than one year, and it is a time in the main character's life where she is making the transition from child to adolescence. As such, her concerns are at first juvenile. An accident that involves a rather lengthy stay in the hospital helps Penny in many ways to see things from a more grown up perspective, and changes...

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