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Books Books 1 - 10 of about 45 related to Say Goodbye.    

On the Edge

Francine Pascal - Juvenile Fiction - 1987 - 150 pages
Upset when her boyfriend betrays her with another girl, Regina Morrow turns to Justin Belson, a troubled senior who hangs around a bad crowd with a reputation for drug abuse.
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The New Jessica

Francine Pascal - Juvenile Fiction - 1986 - 144 pages
Tired of being mistaken for her identical twin sister, Elizabeth, Jessica Wakefield undergoes a complete makeover, dyes her hair black, and begins wearing outrageous clothes.
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Love Letters, Page 3

Kate William, Francine Pascal - Juvenile Fiction - 1985 - 150 pages
When Caroline Pearce invents a new out-of-town boyfriend in order to be popular, everything works out great until her friends insist on meeting him.
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Too Much/Love # 22

Francine Pascal - Fiction - 1985 - 160 pages
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Bitter Rivals

Kate William, Francine Pascal - Juvenile Fiction - 1986 - 138 pages
Delighted by the return of her childhood best friend, Amy Sutton, to Sweet Valley, Elizabeth Wakefield becomes caught in the middle when Amy and Enid Rollins, Elizabeth's ...
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Hostage!

Kate William, Francine Pascal - Juvenile Fiction - 1986 - 135 pages
Elizabeth and Jessica Wakefield, Bruce Patman, and Nicholas Morrow set out to rescue Regina Morrow, Nicholas' sister, and her parents who are being held hostage by desperate ...
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Are We in Love?

Kate William, Francine Pascal - Juvenile Fiction - 1993 - 156 pages
When Steven Wakefield becomes best friends with the new girl in town--who also happens to be Annie Whitman's new stepsister--local gossip and group pressures threaten their ...
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