3 A.M.

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iUniverse, Jun 2, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction
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Following her first book, "There's a Huge Pimple on My Nose"-which the Los Angeles Times praised: 'If you simply want to enjoy some remarkable writing, it's hard to find a book more satisfying than Dallas Woodburn's"-this teen phenomenon's second collection of short stories, "3 a.m.," is already receiving high praise:

'Woodburn is a very gifted writer whose work celebrates the beauty and humor of everyday life. She is able to merge different cultures and generations in a thought-provoking and lovely way."-Laurie Stolarz, award-winning author of "Blue is for Nightmares" series

'The writing is so wonderful you'll want to stay up reading until "3 a.m."!"-Julia McGuire, The Hudson Valley Literary Magazine

'An emotionally resonant collection, dealing with the universal themes of identity, grief and love-with a little bit of humor thrown in as well. Dallas helps you recognize and appreciate the finer things in life."-Catherine Clark, best-selling author of "Truth or Dairy"

'Woodburn's writing shines with both humor and poignancy. Her skillfully developed stories have amazing versatility. With characters that are human and tangible and extremely likeable-and details that make them come alive in a vivid and precise and utterly appropriate way-I couldn't get enough of "3 a.m.""-Randy Powell, acclaimed author of "My Underrated Year"

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