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The Mozart Season
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|July 10, 2007

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"Remember, what's down inside you, all covered up-the things of your soul. The important, secret things . . . The story of you, all buried, let the music caress it out into the open." When Allegra was a little girl, she thought she would pick up her violin and…
Make Lemonade: A Novel
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|May 2, 2006

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An award-winning novel about growing up and making choices Viginia Euwer Wolff's groundbreaking novel, written in free verse, tells the story of fourteen-year-old LaVaughn, who is determined to go to college-she just needs the money to get there. When she…
This Full House
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|May 17, 2011

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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…
Virginia Euwer Wolff: Capturing the Music of Young Voices

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Virginia Euwer Wolff 's profoundly moving young adult literature includes the explorations of mental slowness in Probably Nick Swansen, musical giftedness in The Mozart Season, racial prejudice against the Japanese in Bat 6, and culminating in her Make Lemonade…
True Believer
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|October 1, 2002

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LaVaughn is fifteen now, and she's still fiercely determined to go to college. But that's the only thing she's sure about. Loyalty to her father bubbles up as her mother grows closer to a new man. The two girls she used to do everything with have chosen a path…
Probably Still Nick Swansen
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|October 1, 2002

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Nick Swansen pretty much knows what it means to be Special Ed.: You can't drive, even if you're sixteen and your parents have two cars; the regular kids in school don't talk to you much; and even if you can memorize every fact about amphibians, it's hard to…
Bat 6
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|April 1, 2000

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Told in 21 voices, this narrative uses a sixth-grade girls' baseball game in 1949 Oregon as a vehicle for examining prejudice and the internment of Japanese-Americans during WWII. Ages 10-14.