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Ursula K. Le Guin

Ursula K. Le Guin is an author of novels, poetry, and short stories for children, young adults, and adults in varying genres from realistic fiction to fantasy and science fiction. She is best known for her work in science fiction which includes her most famous novel The Left Hand of Darkness.

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The Girls The Girls
Koss, Amy Goldman (2000)
The Girls tells of five girls who are very different, and the things people do to get a friend. I think that it's a terrific book.
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