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by Mary Stolz


Ivy Larkin epub

ISBN: 0152393668

ISBN13: 978-0152393663

Author: Mary Stolz

Category: Young Adult

Subcategory: Literature & Fiction

Language: English

Publisher: Harcourt Childrens Books; 1st edition (November 1, 1986)

Pages: 226 pages

ePUB book: 1641 kb

FB2 book: 1631 kb

Rating: 4.5

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Mary Stolz (born Mary Slattery, March 24, 1920 – December 15, 2006) was an American writer of fiction for children and young adults. Her works received Newbery Honors in 1962 and 1966 and her entire body of work was awarded the George G. Stone Recognition of Merit in 1982. Her literary works range from picture books to young-adult novels. Although most of Stolz's works are fiction books, she made a few contributions to magazines such as Cosmopolitan, Ladies' Home Journal, and Seventeen.

Living in a cheap apartment on New York's Lower East Side, Ivy resents being a poor scholarship student at a posh private school, in a story of a young girl coming of age during the Depression show more.

Her mood is so well sustained that the book becomes monotonous. Ivy is a monochrome character, despite the fact that she is well-developed by Stolz.

ISBN 10: 0152393668, ISBN 13: 9780152393663. Published by Harcourt Childrens Books (J), 1986. Condition: Good Hardcover. Her mood is so well sustained that the book becomes monotonous. Her family, although less thoroughly drawn, crackles with spirit. Some transitions between passages are rough, and abbreviated ideas can be jarring: "They loved the fields. and the flowing dusk.

Mary Stolz was a noted author whose novels earned praise for the seriousness with which they took the . During a long convalescence - Ms. Stolz suffered from debilitating arthritis - she began work on her first book, To Tell Your Love, writing in pencil on yellow legal pads.

Mary Stolz was a noted author whose novels earned praise for the seriousness with which they took the problems of young people. Ms. Stolz’s first marriage, to Stanley Burr Stolz, ended in divorce; her second, to Thomas C. Jaleski, ended with his death in 2001.

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Mary Stolz (born Mary Slattery, March 24, 1920 – December 15, 2006) was an American writer of fiction for children . Although most of Stolz's works are fiction books, she has made a few contributions to magazines such as Cosmopolitan, Ladies' Home Journal, and Seventeen.

In New York City during the Depression, fourteen-year-old Ivy tries to cope with feelings of not belonging in her elegant private school and with her father's losing his job. Classifications.

In New York City during the Depression, fourteen-year-old Ivy tries to cope with feelings of not belonging in her elegant private school and with her father's losing his job.