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I've missed a sunset or three

Wood, Phyllis Anderson

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ISBN 10: 066432519X / ISBN 13: 9780664325190
Published by Westminster Press, Philadelphia, 1973
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1973 Hardcover . 144 p. A boy with emotional problems finds his worries begin to diminish as he helps two friends overcome their own fears. Shows definite wear, and perhaps considerable marking on inside. Bookseller Inventory # GRP64588487

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Title: I've missed a sunset or three

Publisher: Westminster Press, Philadelphia

Publication Date: 1973

Binding: hardcover

Book Condition:Fair

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A boy with emotional problems finds his worries begin to diminish as he helps two friends overcome their own fears.

About the Author:

Phyllis Anderson Wood, winner of the Church and Synagogue Library Association's award for "significant contribution to children's literature," is the author of thirteen young adult novels, which have been popular since 1971 in schools and libraries throughout the U.S., Canada, England, Australia, and New Zealand. Three of the titles were Junior Literary Guild selections. Now these books, newly revised by the author, are back in print for a new generation of young readers. These novels were written during Mrs. Wood's years of teaching in the Jefferson High School District just outside of San Francisco. Her students' daily lives and problems were reflected in her stories, and their reactions to her books strongly influenced the course of her writing. Altogether, Mrs. Wood taught for thirty years in California public schools, including a two-room mountain high school, an inner-city junior high, a continuation school, adult school, and several large rural and suburban high schools. Over the years, she also supervised and mentored thirteen teaching interns from the Stanford University School of Education, conducted in-service workshops throughout the United States, and spoke at many national conventions. More information can be found on her website,

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