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  • Year: 1990
  • Are You in the House Alone?

    A sixteen-year-old girl with a steady boyfriend suddenly begins receiving threatening phone calls while she is babysitting and anonymous notes in her high school locker. Through sharp wit and strong storytelling, Richard Peck's novels encourage readers to carefully examine the world around them as well as to seek possibilities beyond immediate view.
  • Father Figure

    After being a father figure for years, Jim and his younger brother are reunited with their divorced father and Jim is forced to find a new role for himself. Through sharp wit and strong storytelling, Richard Peck's novels encourage readers to carefully examine the world around them as well as to seek possibilities beyond immediate view.
  • The Ghost Belonged to Me

    In 1913 in the Midwest a quartet of characters share adventures from exploding steamboats to "exorcizing" a ghost. Through sharp wit and strong storytelling, Richard Peck's novels encourage readers to carefully examine the world around them as well as to seek possibilities beyond immediate view.
  • Ghosts I Have Been

    Blossom Culp's gift of second sight, which she discovers gradually, leads her into some unusual adventures. Through sharp wit and strong storytelling, Richard Peck's novels encourage readers to carefully examine the world around them as well as to seek possibilities beyond immediate view.
  • Remembering the Good Times

    Trav, Kate, and Buck make up a trio during their freshman year in high school, but their special friendship may not be enough to save Trav as he pressures himself relentlessly to succeed. Through sharp wit and strong storytelling, Richard Peck's novels encourage readers to carefully examine the world around them as well as to seek possibilities beyond immediate view.
  • Secrets of the Shopping Mall

    Two eighth-grade loners decide to take up residence in a department store. Little do they know that theirs is not an original idea. Through sharp wit and strong storytelling, Richard Peck's novels encourage readers to carefully examine the world around them as well as to seek possibilities beyond immediate view.