Visions: Nineteen Short Stories by Outstanding Writers for Young Adults
Nineteen short stories, dealing with teenage concerns, written especially for this collection by well-known authors of young adult novels such as Joan Aiken, M.E. Kerr, Richard Peck, and Colby Rodowsky. Also includes biographical sketches for each author.
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