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�Doretha is thirteen, black, and confused by her ambivalence about herself. . . . Leafing through her diary, Doretha remembers�and each memory of the past four years reveals something about her and about the people she has loved. The book is strong in perception, in its sensitivity, in its realism.� �C.

Outstanding Children�s Books of 1974 (NYT)

Sister Eloise Greenfield

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