Beth's Story

Random House Children's Books, 1997 - 112 Seiten
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Painfully shy Beth March is excited to be visiting New York City with her parents. The theater, opera, symphony, museums -- Beth loves every minute of her adventure. She even meets Abraham Lincoln, and has the courage to tell him that women deserve the right to vote. But once she's back in Massachusetts, none of Beth's schoolmates believe that she really spoke to Mr. Lincoln or that she even met him. They know Beth is shy -- too shy to speak to a man running for president of the United States. Even Beth's younger sister, Amy, thinks Beth is lying. Now Beth wishes she'd never been to New York . . . until she's surprised by an unexpected visitor.

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Susan Beth Pfeffer is the author of both middle-grade and young adult fiction. Her middle-grade novels include Nobody’s Daughter and its companion, Justice for Emily. Her highly praised The Year Without Michael is an ALA Best Book for Young Adults, an ALA YALSA Best of the Best, and a Publishers Weekly Best Book of the Year.

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