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|Awards: Popular Paperbacks for Young Adults, 2000 (YALSA). New York Public Library's "Best Books for the Teen Age, 1999."|
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STAY TRUE: Short Stories for Strong Girls
(Table of Contents)
by Marion De Booy Wentzien
Miranda has gotten rid of all of Mom’s boyfriends, but Albert C. Cooksley is more of a challenge.
by Andrea Davis Pinkney
Bebe wants to spend the summer working on the Brooklyn Bridge, but Mama Lil thinks she should be helping out at a hairdresser’s instead.
Guess Who’s Back in Town, Dear?
by M.E. Kerr
Tory and Horacio defy convention and family to find happiness.
by Norma Fox Mazer
Big-footed, big-voiced, big-herself Grace gets a glimpse of future independence.
The Transformations of Cindy R.
by Anne Mazer
Cinderella, as you’ve never seen her before.
Crazy as a Daisy
Marguerite’s a dancing fool–who’s no fool at all!
The Pale Mare
by Marian Flandrick Bray
At the charreada corral, Consuela takes a stand for a horse–and for herself.
The Truth in the Case of Eliza Mary Muller, by Herself
by Peni Griffin
Eliza Mary confrontation with her abusive brother-in-law has tragic results.
The Statue of Liberty Factory
by Jennifer Armstrong
Her parents reneged on a promised trip to Paris. Now Monica’s protesting!
by Drew Lamm
Growing up drives Molly-be-Gone and Stick-Person-Girl apart. Can they save their friendship?
The Magic Bow
by Marilyn Singer
Can a princess find a husband who’s really her equal?
Copyright © 1998 by Marilyn Singer