This Full House by Virginia Euwer Wolff
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This Full House Summary
Each discovery disturbs the arrangements of the known world, and it is our job to stay alert to all possibilities.
This Full House Reviews
"Starred Review. Despite the book's oversimplification of religion and a conclusion that would seem pat if it were not so emotionally right, this portrayal of the dignity of poverty is quite the tearjerker. The audacity of hope, indeed. Ages 13-15." - Kirkus Reviews.
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Virginia Euwer Wolff Author Biography
Virginia Euwer Wolff was born on August 25, 1937 in Portland, Oregon. Her family lived on an apple and pear orchard near Mount Hood. She graduated from Smith College. She raised a son and daughter before going back to teaching high school English.
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