Dinah forever

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Scholastic, 2000 - Death - 133 pages
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As she tries to cope with her thoughts about death by writing poems and talking with her elderly friend, Mrs. Briscoe, Dinah Seabrook wonders about the importance of the seventh-grade elections, the school play, and even her relationship with Nick Tribble.

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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Dinah goes cosmic. Mills's forthright heroine, last seen in Dinah in Love (1993) gets some perspective on her role in the universe when her seventh-grade science teacher informs the class that the sun ... Read full review

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User Review  - madhamster - LibraryThing

Dinah wonders why life is worth living when the sun is going to die in five billion years. Dinah comes to realise that there really will be life without her, and that she will not live forever. One of ... Read full review


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