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The characters in this story are Frankie, Frankie's dad, Nutter, Skip, and Ayanna. Frankie- the main character. She is in 7th grade and used to be the teachers pet then Ayanna came along. Ayanna- a naked mole-rat keeper who lives in washington D.C. She . The Naked Mole-Rat Letters. Where did you get the idea? Sometimes ideas for books come from my personal life. My mother died when I was ten years old. A few years after her death, my father began getting letters (real letters—there was no e-mail back then) from a mysterious woman in San Francisco. Secretly, I read the letters and was.
Find books like The Naked Mole-Rat Letters from the world’s largest community of readers. Goodreads members who liked The Naked Mole-Rat Letters also lik. The Naked Mole-Rat Letters. By Mary Amato. Grades. R. Genre. Fiction When her father begins a long-distance romance with a zookeeper from Washington, D.C., twelve-year-old Frankie sends fabricated e-mails to the zookeeper in an attempt to sabotage the relationship. But when the zookeeper responds, with wise and witty letters about.
When her father begins a long-distance romance with a Washington, D.C. zookeeper, twelve-year-old Frankie sends fabricated e-mail letters to the zookeeper in an attempt to end the relationship in this story about family, friendship, and growing up.4/5(17).