Showing 1–4 of 4 books

  • Year: 1988
  • The Outsiders

    The struggle of three brothers to stay together after their parent's death and their quest for identity among the conflicting values of their adolescent society. S.E. Hinton's books have shown, over the past twenty-one years, the "lasting ability to speak to the young adult experience, to help reader to become more aware of themselves and of the world around them."
  • Rumble Fish

    A junior high school boy idolizes his older brother, the coolest, toughest guy in the neighborhood, and wants to be just like him. S.E. Hinton's books have shown, over the past twenty-one years, the "lasting ability to speak to the young adult experience, to help reader to become more aware of themselves and of the world around them."
  • Tex

    The love between two teenage brothers helps to alleviate the harshness of their usually parentless life as they struggle to grow up. S.E. Hinton's books have shown, over the past twenty-one years, the "lasting ability to speak to the young adult experience, to help reader to become more aware of themselves and of the world around them."
  • That Was Then This Is Now

    Sixteen-year-old Mark and Bryon have been like brothers since childhood, but now, as their involvement with girls, gangs, and drugs increases, their relationship seems to gradually disintegrate. S.E. Hinton's books have shown, over the past twenty-one years, the "lasting ability to speak to the young adult experience, to help reader to become more aware of themselves and of the world around them."