A pocket of silence
Dutton, Nov 1, 1978 - Juvenile Fiction - 171 pages
For a reason she doesn't understand, Caroline is compelled to return to the town of her childhood on her sixteenth birthday and there meets a stranger with familiar ways and learns the meaning of a recurring dream.
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