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Upset by her mother's coming remarriage, ten-year-old Marcy is upset further when she learns she'll be staying with her father whom she hardly remembers.
Select Format: Hardcover. Upset by her mother's coming remarriage, ten-year-old Marcy is upset further when she learns she'll be staying with her father whom she hardly remembers. ISBN13:9780590321440. Release Date:June 1980.
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What has the author Kathryn Ewing written? Answer. Kathryn Ewing has written: 'Things won't be the same' - subject(s): Fiction, Remarriage. A Private matter' - subject(s): Single-parent families, Fiction. Family karate' - subject(s): Brothers and sisters, Family life, Fiction. Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights.
Sherry Ewing picked up her first historical romance when she was a teenager and has been hooked ever since. Katherine and Riorden were the perfect couple together and the author knows how to write a time travel book that really keeps you interested. A bestselling author, she writes historical & time travel romances to awaken the soul one heart at a time. Always wanting to write a novel but busy raising her children, she finally took the plunge in 2008 and wrote her first Regency. At times there were things that seem far fetched to have been able to happen, but it was still enjoyable. I loved Katherine's 3 other friends from the future and how strong of a bond the four had together.
We All Want the Same Things is the third studio album by Craig Finn. It was released on Partisan Records on March 24, 2017. The title comes from a line in the song "God in Chicago". Craig Finn said, "It seems like a bit of dark humor in these turbulent political times, but it also rings true: No matter our differences, we all have some very basic wants and needs that line up with each other.