By the highway home

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Harper & Row, 1971 - Juvenile Fiction - 194 pages
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Many conflicts arise within the Reed family when they are forced to move in with relatives in the country.

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This is an excellent read for teenagers. It is about family, and love and what happens along the way while growing up. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
3
Section 2
12
Section 3
20
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Mary Stolz published her first book for young people in

Mary Stolz published her first book for young people in 1950 with Ursula Nordstrom and never looked back. Since then1950 with Ursula Nordstrom and never looked back. Since then, she has written more than sixty books, been published in n, she has written more than sixty books, been published in nearly thirty languages, and received two Newbery Honors (forearly thirty languages, and received two Newbery Honors (for "Belling the Tiger" and "The Noonday Friends"). "The Bully "Belling the Tiger" and "The Noonday Friends"). "The Bully of Barkham Street "is the sequel to "A Dog on Barkham Streetof Barkham Street "is the sequel to "A Dog on Barkham Street "(also available from HarperTrophy). Ms. Stolz lives on the "(also available from HarperTrophy). Ms. Stolz lives on the Gulf Coast of Florida. Gulf Coast of Florida.

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