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Phyllisia eventually recognizes that her own selfish pride rather than her mother's death and her father's tyrannical behavior created the gulf between her and her best friend.

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ISBN 9780440226673
Barcode 9780440226673
Published 31 March 1999 by Bantam Doubleday Dell Pub
Format Paperback
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Author(s) By Guy, Rosa
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ISBN-13 9780440226673
ISBN-10 0440226678
Stock Available
Status Indent title (internationally sourced), usually ships 4-6 weeks
Publisher Bantam Doubleday Dell Pub
Imprint Bantam USA
Publication Date 31 March 1999
International Publication Date 18 December 1995
Publication Country United States United States
Format Paperback
Author(s) By Guy, Rosa
Category Fiction (Child / Teen)
Personal Family, Relationship & Social Issues
Number of Pages 185
Dimensions Width: 106mm
Height: 176mm
Spine: 14mm
Weight 100g
Interest Age 9-12 years
Reading Age 9-12 years
Library of Congress Family problems, Friendship, Harlem (New York, N.Y.)
NBS Text Unclassifiable: Child or adult
ONIX Text Children/juvenile;Young adult;Primary and secondary/elementary and high school
Dewey Code FIC
Catalogue Code Not specified

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Phyllisia eventually recognizes that her own selfish pride rather than her mother's death and her father's tyrannical behavior created the gulf between her and her best friend.

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Author's Bio

Rosa Guy was born in Trinidad in 1922. After a troubled childhood and being forced to support her siblings at the age of 14, Ms. Guy pursued acting at the American Negro Theater in Harlem. She helped found the Harlem Writers Guild in 1950. Rosa Guy went on to become one of the most acclaimed young adult authors of the 20th century. She was known for writing very candidly about subjects that few others dared to broach in young adult fiction, including tensions between American blacks and Afro-Caribbean immigrants, and gay romance. Guy passed away in 2012.

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