Monthly Archives: November 2015

Merrie (Sunfire Romance #25) By Vivian Schurfranz

Originally posted on Lost Classics of Teen Lit, 1939-1989:
She‘s run away to become a part of history, and to fall in love… Background: Scholastic’s Sunfire series is a cautionary tale about judging a YA Romance by its cover: lurking…

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Just Like A Dream By Eileen Stacy

Kari knows it won’t be easy, and she has to do something before her true love rides off into the sunset! I never pass up the opportunity to pick up Tempo’s Caprice romances when I see them- for whatever reason, … Continue reading

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It Could Happen to Anyone By Margaret Maze Craig

To be a senior and to be going steady with Andy Decker was to have all of life’s finest at one and the same time… Uhhhhhhhh…. come on, fictional teenagers! I know that you truly believe platitudes such as “love is a … Continue reading

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Nothing’s Fair In Fifth Grade By Barthe DeClements

When fat Elsie Edwards walks into Jenny Sawyer’s fifth grade class, she’s the last person Jenny expects to be friendly with… I was on the fence about whether this one was “lost” enough to be considered a “lost classic” (35 … Continue reading

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