Mary Wolf by Cynthia D. Grant

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Losing everything when her father is let go from his job, Mary becomes an unheeded voice of reason as her family struggles for survival in their RV, and a sudden and violent act is the only way Mary is finally able to save her family.
 

About Cynthia D. Grant

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Cynthia D. Grant is the award-winning author of "Mary Wolf" and T"he White Horse" She lives in the mountains outside Cloverdale, California.
 
Published October 30, 1995 by Atheneum. 176 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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``It's easy for my mother to shoplift now that she's pregnant,'' reports Mary Wolf in the very first line of this astonishing novel, hooking readers decisively into her story.

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At 16, Mary Wolf seems to be the only adult in her family. Her father, once an insurance executive, lost his job long ago and with it, apparently, his backbone. For two years the Wolfs have been trave

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At 16, Mary Wolf seems to be the only adult in her family.

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