Wednesday, August 6, 2008

The Missing Girl by Norma Fox Mazer

"If the man is lucky, in the morning on his way to work, he sees the girls."

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Abstract: In Mallory, New York, as five sisters, aged eleven to seventeen, deal with assorted problems, conflicts, fears, and yearnings, a mysterious middle-aged man watches them, fascinated, deciding which one he likes the best.

Publisher: HarperTeen; 284 pages

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

This book creeped me out. (Which maybe says the style of writing is strong.) I think, though, that it is beyond the age level of the Newbery and is more in the Printz realm.