Tory and Me and the Spirit of True Love by Margaret Bechard

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As cousins Emily and Tory embark on their own romantic pursuits, they investigate their family history to discover a tintilating summer romance story about the mysterious Aunt Louisa and her marriage to the cranky old Uncle Arthur.
 

About Margaret Bechard

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Margaret Bechard is the author of five novels for younger readers, and one other young adult novel, "If It Doesn't Kill You, " which "SLJ" praised for its "healthy dose of humor." She lives in Tigard, Oregon, with her family.
 
Published January 1, 1992 by Viking Children's Books. 160 pages
Genres: Children's Books. Fiction

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Cousins Emily and Tory, 11, are fast friends, unlike in temperament but similar in their yearning for romance.

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Emily Osgood discovers a lot about amatory matters in this old-fashioned family story, by turns funny and tender.

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