No Boys Allowed by Marilyn Levinson

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When her father leaves the family to marry a younger woman, eleven-year-old Cassie Landauer feels she can't trust any male, including her best friend, until her great-uncle helps her put the changes in her life in perspective.

About Marilyn Levinson

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Levinson is a former Spanish teacher, and teaches Writing for Children at Hofstra University.
Published May 1, 1989 by Avon Books (Mm). 124 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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When, by page 15, Cassie decides to keep her father's stamp collection even though she's angrily throwing out all his other possessions, any suspense as to the outcome of this novel of divorce's aftermath is effectively void.

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Cassie is devastated when her lawyer-father leaves his family to embark on a new future in Kansas with a ``twenty-six-year-old lawyerette.'' While Cassie's disorganized mother tries her hand at a job for the first time and Cassie's sister Corinne obsesses over her looks and a boy at school, Cassi...

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