Bibliography

Several Kinds of Silence

Several Kinds of Silence

(Harper & Row, 1988)

Sixteen-year-old Franny Yeager, the “good girl” of the family, tries to hide her burgeoning love for a Japanese-American boy since her father is rabidly anti-Japanese. Complicating matters is the illness of her beloved grandmother with whom she shares a room. Published in Great Britain by Pan Macmillan.

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The Lightey Club

The Lightey Club

(Four Winds Press, 1987)
Three sisters, forced to spend the summer with their grandparents whom they don’t like, decide to form the Lightey Club. At each meeting, Henny, the oldest sister, recounts a new tale about Lightey the Lightning Bug and his insect pals. Henny’s stories help change a bad vacation into a magical one.
Illustrations by Kathryn Brown.

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Ghost Host

(Harper & Row, 1987)
Sixteen-year-old Bart Hawkins, star quarterback, learns that his house is haunted when Millicent, a sixteen-year-old “spokespook” for nine other ghosts, asks his help in ridding the place of a new and obnoxious poltergeist. With her help, Bart, who has been hiding his brains and love of reading, learns to be truthful about himself to his friends and his girlfriend.

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Several Kinds of Silence

Several Kinds of Silence

(Harper & Row, 1988)

Sixteen-year-old Franny Yeager, the “good girl” of the family, tries to hide her burgeoning love for a Japanese-American boy since her father is rabidly anti-Japanese. Complicating matters is the illness of her beloved grandmother with whom she shares a room. Published in Great Britain by Pan Macmillan.

READ More »
The Lightey Club

The Lightey Club

(Four Winds Press, 1987)
Three sisters, forced to spend the summer with their grandparents whom they don’t like, decide to form the Lightey Club. At each meeting, Henny, the oldest sister, recounts a new tale about Lightey the Lightning Bug and his insect pals. Henny’s stories help change a bad vacation into a magical one.
Illustrations by Kathryn Brown.

READ More »

Ghost Host

(Harper & Row, 1987)
Sixteen-year-old Bart Hawkins, star quarterback, learns that his house is haunted when Millicent, a sixteen-year-old “spokespook” for nine other ghosts, asks his help in ridding the place of a new and obnoxious poltergeist. With her help, Bart, who has been hiding his brains and love of reading, learns to be truthful about himself to his friends and his girlfriend.

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