Bailey's Journal: Party of Five

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HarperPerennial, 1998 - Performing Arts - 131 pages
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Party of Five Chronicles the Lives of the Five Salinger siblings -- three brothers and two sisters who have vowed to stick together after the tragic death of their parents. Focusing on the ways they use humor and love to deal with the demands of daily life, this show has been hailed as "sweet and emotionally compelling" by USA Today, and "an extraordinarily impressive show" by the New York Post. Over the last three seasons, it has enjoyed a cult following and ever-increasing ratings that peaked with this year's season finale.

This intimate journal gives the show's loyal viewers a glimpse at the interior life of Bailey, the middle Salinger brother, who has emerged as the dramatic focal point of the show. It contains everything fans want to know about his feelings toward girls, dating, sex, missing his parents, dealing with his siblings, and his drinking problem, as well as what he does for fun. With black-and-white photos throughout and an eight-page color insert, Bailey's Journal is the perfect gift for the die-hard fans who want to know everything they can about him.

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About the author (1998)

Catherine Clark is the author of several young adult novels, including "Maine Squeeze, The Alison Rules, " and "So Inn Love." She lives in Minneapolis with her husband and daughter and takes family road trips whenever and wherever she can. (But not on buses.)

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