Objects In Mirror by Ronder Thomas Young

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When the dramatic Allison Anderson changes the way Grace views her best friend, Grace finds that not only objects in mirrors are distorted. You don't always know everything you think you do. And people aren't always who they appear to be. From the highly regarded author of Moving Mama to Town, this richly textured and rewarding novel brings to life a young woman exploring the boundaries of friendship poised between the past and possibility.
 

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Ronder Thomas Young received the International Reading Association's Award for Moving Mama to Town. Her novel Learning by Heart was named an ALA Notable Book. She lives in Norcross, Georgia
 
Published April 1, 2002 by Roaring Brook Press. 176 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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By the end, newly charged with a greater appreciation of her own abilities—and the realization that Ted’s attention is more on her than on Allison—Grace spins happily “into the crowd, pulled into an orbit somewhere between the past and possibility.” Young (Moving Mama to Town, 1997, etc.) moves h...

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A wealthy new girl wants Grace (who hates parties) to hostess a "surprise" birthday bash for her, as part of a plot to attract the interest of Grace's best friend's older brother.

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Harriet must leave the tiny apartment each day from 12 to 2 so that Anne and her married lover, Victor, can occupy the special bed Anne bought to accommodate his aged back.

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