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Pocket Books, 1998 - Juvenile Fiction - 185 pages
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In the fourth book of the heartwarming coming-of-age series, Lily, who has never felt quite the equal of her talented three older sisters, hits on a way to make people notice her--particularly her favorite boy. Original.

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Review: Lily (The Year I Turned Sixteen #4)

User Review  - Samantha Glasser - Goodreads

Lily is the final sister to turn sixteen. The house is more empty now, and Lily is more alone, but she finds companionship from an unlikely source, her grandmother's diaries. In order to impress a boy ... Read full review

Review: Lily (The Year I Turned Sixteen #4)

User Review  - Michelle riego - Goodreads

this last book of the yr i turned 16, was the best part (well, most of the time the last book is the greatest) and it never failed me, it tells about the ups and downs of the 4 sisters after they ... Read full review


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Diane Schwemm is the author of "The Year I Turned Sixteen, "as well as the Silver Beach series.

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