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Anne Emery (1) (1907–1987)

Autor/a de Scarlet Royal

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39+ obres 778 Membres 13 Ressenyes 8 preferits


Obres de Anne Emery

Scarlet Royal (1952) — Autor — 65 exemplars, 1 ressenya
Senior Year (1949) 45 exemplars, 1 ressenya
Going Steady (1950) 44 exemplars, 1 ressenya
Sweet Sixteen (1956) 42 exemplars
Mountain Laurel (1948) 39 exemplars, 1 ressenya
A Spy in Old Philadelphia (1958) 39 exemplars
Dinny Gordon, Freshman (1963) 32 exemplars, 1 ressenya
Sorority Girl (1952) — Autor — 30 exemplars, 1 ressenya
Campus Melody (1955) 29 exemplars
A Spy in Old Detroit (1963) 28 exemplars
A Spy in Old New Orleans (1960) 28 exemplars
A Spy in Old West Point (1965) 26 exemplars
Dinny Gordon, Junior (1964) 24 exemplars, 1 ressenya
High Note, Low Note (1954) 23 exemplars
American Friend: Herbert Hoover (1967) 20 exemplars
Dinny Gordon, Sophomore (1961) 20 exemplars, 1 ressenya
Joan of Arc (Real People) (1951) 18 exemplars
The Popular Crowd (1961) 17 exemplars
Dinny Gordon, Senior (2004) 16 exemplars, 1 ressenya
First Love, True Love (1956) 16 exemplars
First Love Farewell (1972) 15 exemplars
The Losing Game (1974) 15 exemplars
Vagabond Summer (1953) — Autor — 15 exemplars, 1 ressenya
First Orchid for Pat (1957) 14 exemplars, 1 ressenya
Married on Wednesday (1957) 14 exemplars
Mystery of the Opal Ring (1967) 14 exemplars
That Archer Girl (1959) 13 exemplars
Hickory Hill (1955) 12 exemplars
County Fair (1953) 11 exemplars, 1 ressenya
A Dream to Touch (1961) 11 exemplars, 1 ressenya
Jennie Lee, Patriot (1966) 8 exemplars
Carey's Fortune (1969) 7 exemplars
Tradition (1946) 7 exemplars
Stepfamily (1980) 6 exemplars
The Sky is Falling (1970) 5 exemplars
Danger in a Smiling Mask (1968) 4 exemplars
Free Not to Love (1975) 3 exemplars
Bright Horizons (1947) 2 exemplars

Obres associades

Writing Books for Boys and Girls (1952) — Col·laborador, algunes edicions5 exemplars


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Children's Hist. Fic - American Revolutionary War a Name that Book (desembre 2012)


A very young Pat Marlowe has one major goal --to get married to Tim Davis. With Tim leaving for college, Pat and Tim decide to date others to make sure their relationship is solid. During her senior year, Pat develops an intense interest in drama, an interest that Tim neither appreciates or understands. Pat begins to question her marriage plans.

Second book of the Pat Marlowe series--
shsunon | Jan 23, 2015 |
Dinny meets and starts dating Steve, a charming freshman at Rosemont College. Feeling special and needed is part of the appeal of this romance for Dinny. But the relationship with Steve becomes time- consuming and at times, overwhelming. And Dinny may feel needed, but Steve seems needy.
shsunon | Aug 13, 2013 |
Set in the 1950's, this teen novel by Anne Emery focuses on the pros and cons of going steady. The central character Sally Burnaby is the oldest child of a large, active, traditional family. She is thrilled when she becomes pinned to her boyfriend Scotty shortly before graduation. I found Scotty to be an irritating and controlling person. Scotty gives Sally constant advice. He suggests that she hone her tennis and diving skills. He suggests books for her summer reading. These "recommendations" affect Sally's self-esteem; she often feels inadequate and depressed after their dates.When Sally is invited to Scotty's home, he treats her like any other guest, rather than a girlfriend. Despite their relationship flaws, they discuss forgoing college and plan to be married in the autumn. I found the description of Sally's summer job (clerical work at a local university) to be interesting. Sally regards the work (stuffing envelopes and typing registration cards) to be dull and tedious. She often makes errors and is reprimanded by the brusque and efficient office manager Carol Colbert. As the summer progresses, Sally reevaluates her goals and evolves into a stronger person. The themes of this 1950's youth novel are relevant today.… (més)
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shsunon | Feb 21, 2013 |
Dinny Gordon travels through her junior year of high school with a few tribulations. She is unjustly fired from her job at Harlech's Variety Store for reporting a shoplifting incident. Curt Beauregard stops speaking to her when she accepts a date with Tom--but she reminds Curt that they aren't going steady and they are both are free to date others. Then she copes with prejudice against her friends, Mike and Debby who are Jewish. Dinny grows deeper into her archaeology interest and counsels a troubled adolescent.

This is my favorite Dinny Gordon novel!
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shsunon | Feb 17, 2013 |


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