Say Goodnight, Gracie by Julie Reece Deaver
  

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Say Goodnight, Gracie by Julie Reece Deaver

There are friends we can't imagine living without. Morgan and Jimmy were kids together, whirling around the porch on hot summer days. They've been friends forever, and by now they know each other inside out. They do everything together--from cutting high school to go into the city to coaching each other at dance auditions and acting workshops. They even argue well. A perfect friendship. Best friends. For life. So how could life be so right and then be so wrong? After a terrible accident, Morgan suddenly has to face life alone. Without Jimmy around, though, it's like the best part of her has died. How could he do this to her? And why is love so hard?

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A wrenching novel, with power and appeal. -- ALA Booklist (starred review) Memorable. -- School Library Journal (starred review)

About the Author

Julie Reece Deaver has worked both as a teacher's aide and in television and has had her pen-and-ink drawings appear in such periodicals as The New Yorker and Reader's Digest. She is the author of Say Goodnight, Gracie, a 1988 Best Book for Young Adults (ALA) and a 1988 Recommended book for Reluctant Young Adult readers (ALA); First Wedding, Once Removed; and You Bet Your Life. Ms. Deaver lives in Pacific Grove, California.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
224 pages
Interest Age: From 13

Author

Julie Reece Deaver
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Publisher

HarperTeen an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers Inc

Publication date

2nd October 1989

ISBN

9780064470070


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