Good-Bye, Best Friend

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HarperPaperbacks, Jan 28, 1993 - Cystic fibrosis - 151 pages
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From the author of the bestselling Sunset Island series. Because she has cystic fibrosis, Star has never been able to do the things most kids do--like have a best friend. But when she meets Courtney at Hope House, the two become fast friends--until Courtney goes back to a normal, healthy life, and Star is still too sick to leave Hope House.

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13-year-old Star is not going to die. She's got cystic fibrosis and the average life expectancy for kids with CF is about 19, but Star just won't accept that. She's not going to die. She's going to be ... Read full review


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Cherie Bennett was born in Buffalo, N.Y. She attended Wayne State University, and then the University of Michigan. Cherie and her husband, Jeff Gottesfeld, often write on teen themes. They wrote the Trash series together, while Cherie authored the best-selling series Sunset Island. Cherie's fiction includes "Life in the Fat Land" and " Zink." Some of her other works include Girls In Love and Turn Me On. Her syndicated column, "Hey, Cherie!" appears in papers coast to coast. She is also one of America's finest young playwrights and a back-to-back winner of the Kennedy Center's "New Visions/New Voices" playwriting award. Cherie and Jeff also write under the pseudonymns C. J. Anders and Zoey Dean. Cherie and Jeff live in Nashville and Los Angeles.

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