Everybody's Daughter

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Houghton Mifflin, 1993 - Communal living - 201 pages
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Raised in a commune that has since dissolved, 16-year-old Beamer becomes frustrated by the continuing presence of ex-commune members in her life as she struggles to find romance and her own way. ". . . An exceptional first novel".-- School Library Journal, starred review.

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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

The interesting theme and well-drawn protagonist of this first novel are both poorly served by its construction. Merry Moonbeam (``Beamer'') Flynn was the first child born into a since-dissolved ... Read full review


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Marsha Qualey was born in Austin, Minnesota and has lived in Montana, Texas, Arkansas, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. She now resides in St. Paul with her husband and four children.

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