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Sixteen: Short Stories by Outstanding Writers for Young Adults

by Donald R. Gallo

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I first read this at age 13 and continue to revisit it throughout the years. The stories are unusual, clever, and witty. ( )
  heina | Dec 29, 2007 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0440977576, Mass Market Paperback)

Here are sixteen representative stories for the  eighties, written especially for this collection by  today's best-known writers for teenagers. Their  impressions radiate through an emotional prism of  hope and hate, love and death, despair and joy, in a  diverse yet strikingly unified collection.

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Sixteen short stories, dealing with teenage concerns, written especially for this collection by well-known authors of young adult novels such as the Mazers, M.E. Kerr, Robert Cormier, Bette Greene, and Richard Peck. Biographical sketches for each author are included, as well as follow-up activities for the reader.… (more)

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