The One Memory of Flora Banks by Emily Barr

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Flora Banks has no short-term memory. To get by in the world, she writes notes to herself: in journals, on scraps of paper, and all over her arms and hands. Flora has adapted pretty well to life without memories, so when one moment becomes lodged in her mind -- a kiss with her best friend's boyfriend -- she decides to act. Flora finds herself on an incredible adventure in the Arctic, all to get to the root of why this memory alone has stuck with her and whether it might be the key to her regaining the ability to remember. Check Our Catalog

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