TELL ME AGAIN ABOUT SNOW WHITE by Russell Mead
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TELL ME AGAIN ABOUT SNOW WHITE

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Remember when you were thirteen? Before you were inadequate, before you were applying to college..."" This is Laurie, to Laurie; she's older now, a senior in high school; she no longer has Bill; and besides feeling insecure, she's unsure about just what she wants to do -- whether to become a writer or a nurse. At the moment she's doing volunteer work in a hospital with children whom she tells about Snow White, and she also writes sports for the school paper. And by the close of the book she has found Randy, captain of the soccer team, who really makes her feel important.. Russell Mead (If a Heart Rings -- Answer, 1964) manages to animate his story through his characters and with almost no use of incident or coincidence; the conversation is nice and natural and so is Laurie.

Pub Date: Sept. 30th, 1965
Publisher: Dutton