Let me hear you whisper: a play

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Harper & Row, Mar 1, 1974 - Drama - 44 pages
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About the author (1974)

Paul Zindel (1936-2003) was discovered in the mid-1960's by Charlotte Zolotow, who had seen a television production of his Pulitzer Prize-winning play, "The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds" and decided that Zindel must try his hand at young adult fiction. Mr. Zindel went on to become a pioneer in the genre as we know it today. His books for Harper Collins include "The Doom Stone" and "Loch, " both Recommended books for the Reluctant YA Reader (ALA), and the tragicomic memoir "The Pigman & Me, " which "School Library Journal" said in a starred review "allows readers a glimpse of Zindel's youth, gives them insight into some of his fictional characters, and provides many examples of universal experiences that will make them laugh and cry."" The Pigman & Me" was both a 1993 ALA Best Book for Young Adults and a 1993 ALA Notable Children's Book.

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