Vicki Grove - Juvenile Fiction - 2000 - 199 pages
Fifth-grader Carly's assignment to interview a reclusive, brooding classmate leads her to discover some of the events that have caused his antisocial and abusive family's ...
Vicki Grove - Juvenile Fiction - 1996 - 223 pages
As she develops a closeness with two cousins during a summer on her grandparents' farm in Illinois, fourteen-year-old Victoria emerges from the shadow of her showy younger ...
Zibby Oneal - Artists - 1985 - 149 pages
With the help of an attractive graduate student, Kate endures a summer with her overpowering artist father and gains the courage to pursue her own artistic goals.
Vicki Grove - Juvenile Fiction - 1999 - 214 pages
Thirteen-year-old Frannie learns hard lessons about prejudice and segregation when she becomes friends with a young black girl who moves into her small Oklahoma town in 1961.
Paula Danziger - Juvenile Fiction - 1998 - 121 pages
Eleven-year-old Matthew, trying desperately to earn enough to buy a coveted computer program, learns the importance of money and eventually starts his own business. Sequel to ...
Vivien Alcock - Artists - 1990 - 186 pages
During a trip to the seaside with her ne'er-do-well artist father, twelve-year-old Emily makes friends with a gypsy's son and the young heir to a stately home, who are struck ...
Rosemary Wells - Juvenile Fiction - 1997 - 32 pages
Max and Ruby spend so much on emergencies while shopping for Grandma's birthday presents, that they just barely have enough money left for gifts. Reprint.