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Miss E.
Miss E. | Brian Herberger
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After moving to California with her parents in 1967 and saying goodbye to her father as he leaves for Vietnam, Bets tries to settle into a small town routine. It doesn't take long before the town's most mysterious resident pushes Bets to reconsider how she feels about her mother, the war that has taken her father far away, and her own role in the events that show up in newspaper headlines and flash across her TV screen. "The characters unfold beautifully. They are complex, intriguing, and most of all, real." ~ Sarah Milne, English teacher, Kilmer Middle School, Fairfax County, Virginia.
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Miss E. | Brian Herberger
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No matter how many times it happens, I‘m still excited to see one of my books on a library shelf.

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Miss E. | Brian Herberger
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Great time today chatting about Miss E. and Cross Country at a booksellers conference.

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when you buy a pile of books for a kiddo birthday and can get the kindle versions for 1.99.

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Miss E. | Brian Herberger
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Surprisingly good YA debut novel

CherylC I love this cover! 2y
Eggs I do too!! 2y
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