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Turning Points: When Everything Changes

Walter Dean Myers, Mireille Eckstein, Judith Viorst - Life change events - 1996 - 160 pages
Many kinds of survival are presented in this collection of stories, articles, plays and poems.
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Rainy day Kate

Lenore Blegvad, Erik Blegvad - Psychology - 1988 - 30 pages
A child's excited speculations on what fun can he had with Kate when she comes to play come to an end when a rainy day cancels Kate's visit, but the fun is not permanently spoiled.
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Murdering Mr. Monti: A Merry Little Tale of Sex and Violence

Judith Viorst - Fiction - 1994 - 343 pages
In this black comedy, Brenda Kovner, a Washington advice columnist, decides the best thing for her son, Wally, is to murder his prospective father-in-law, but only after she ...
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Suddenly Sixty and Other Shocks of Later Life

Judith Viorst - Humor - 2001 - 80 pages
Judith Viorst is known and loved by readers of all ages, for children’s books such as Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day; nonfiction titles, including ...
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Anna Banana and me

Lenore Blegvad - Animals - 1989 - 32 pages
Anna Banana's fearlessness inspires a playmate to face his own fears.
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Love and Guilt and the Meaning of Life, Etc.

Judith Viorst - Humor - 1987
The author shares aphorisms concerning strength, beauty, complaints, superstition, justice, suffering, wisdom, love, marriage, infatuation, and friendship
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Sunday morning: a story

Judith Viorst - Boys - 1968 - 32 pages
Can two boys have fun on Sunday morning when their parents want to sleep?
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Super-completely and totally the messiest

Judith Viorst - Cleanliness - 2002
Olivia, who is very neat and practically perfect, despairs because her sister Sophia is super-completely and totally the messiest person, no matter where she goes or what she does.
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Grown-Up Marriage: What We Know, Wish We Had Known, and Still Need to Know ...

Judith Viorst - Family & Relationships - 2008 - 304 pages
Although marriage is for grown-ups, very few of us are grown up when we marry. Here, the bestselling author of Suddenly Sixty and Necessary Losses presents her life-affirming ...
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