The Dandelion Garden by Budge Wilson

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Ten stories that follow themes of life changes includes a girl discovery a painful secret about an older brother, a girl who falls in love with an older man, a character who realizes human potential, and more. By the author of The Leaving.
 

About Budge Wilson

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BUDGE WILSON is widely renowned for her writing. Her books, short stories and articles for children and adults have been recognized with many awards. A native of Halifax, she has lived permanently in Nova Scotia since 1989.
 
Published May 9, 1995 by Philomel. 168 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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A collection of ten very strong stories, some uneven but all worth reading more than once, about turning points in young lives, from which a return to innocence is impossible.

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In her latest volume of stories of self-discovery, Wilson (The Leaving) once again demonstrates a profound understanding of humanity, delving into the psyches of 10 characters ranging in age from seve

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In her latest volume of stories of self-discovery, Wilson (The Leaving) once again demonstrates a profound understanding of humanity, delving into the psyches of 10 characters ranging in age from seven to 76.

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