The Secret Window

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Scholastic Paperbacks, Feb 1, 1989 - Dreams - 176 pages
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Meg had always hidden the fact that her dreams came true, until she realized that sometimes being different is a good thing.

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User Review  - Jane Farmer - Goodreads

Meg sometimes has dreams that are different. They come true. The story also addresses some issues common with teens in a fairly realistic manner. Excellent realistic introduction to prophetic / precognitive dreams. Read full review

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User Review  - Natalie - Goodreads

In the first chapter or two it mentions a girl having her period, which is something I could have dealt with as a book for my 7-year-old. But then the unsupervised middle school party with weed sort ... Read full review


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Wright is author of children's book, short story writer, and her work has been published in several magazines.

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