Results for General Fiction + Adult-YA Crossover Fiction + Adult Books From A Child's Perspective + 1960s & '70s, set in USA

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  • Asta in the Wings
    Jan Elizabeth Watson
    Paperback: 02/01/2009
     
    A poignant and often darkly funny story of a resourceful seven-year-old growing up in an isolated house in ...
  • The Fortress of Solitude
    Jonathan Lethem
    Paperback: 08/24/2004
     
    'A vibrant, sometimes heartbreaking ballad of Brooklyn...prose as supple as silk and as bright, explosive and ...
  • The Lovely Bones
    Alice Sebold
    Paperback: 04/20/2004
     
    A luminous and astonishing novel that builds out of grief the most hopeful of stories. In the hands of a ...
  • Child Of My Heart
    Alice McDermott
    Paperback: 11/01/2003
     
    McDermott explores the mysterious depths of what seems like everyday life with unforgettable insight in this ...
  • The Secret Life of Bees
    Sue Monk Kidd
    Paperback: 01/01/2003
     
    A mesmerizing novel about women with extraordinary gifts coping with loss, finding forgiveness and especially,...
  • The Miracle Life of Edgar Mint
    Brady Udall
    Paperback: 05/01/2002
     
    A miracle of storytelling, bursting with heartache and hilarity and inhabited by characters as outsized as ...
  • The Lost Boy: A Foster Child's Search for the Love of a Family
    Dave Pelzer
    Paperback: 08/01/1997
     
    The sequel to A Child Called "It" in which Pelzer answers questions and reveals new adventures through the ...

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