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Book Information: Alice, Woman of the House

Alice, Woman of the House (2003) [Novel]
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Series: Alice

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Come and meet Alice. Here she is on the brink of being a teenager and discovering that life is just one big embarrassment. Things are not made any easier by the fact that she has no female role model - Alice's mother died when she was four - so there is just her father and older brother - and what could they possibly know about being a girl and growing up? Phyllis Reynolds Naylor's lively, witty style, mixed with poignance and perception, has captured the essence of adolescent anxieties as we follow Alice through the trials and tribulations of growing up. Alice is about to turn thirteen - time to become Woman of the House, Aunt Sally tells her, since her mother is long dead. It is an awesome responsibility, and some of her attempts to be a grown-up - like planning a birthday dinner for her father - turn out pretty disastrously. School brings other crises, as the boys in the cafeteria assign each girl a geographical nickname according to her figure. And a shocking and unexpected event forces Alice and everyone she knows to grow up a little, and wonder a little deeper about life and the future.

Original title: Alice, Woman of the House
Original languages: English

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Genre: FictionChildren & Young AdultComing of Age

Edition #1: Alice, Woman of the House

Alice, Woman of the House (2003)
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Language: English

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Alice, Woman of the House (March 3, 2003)

Format: Paperback
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing
ISBN: 0743450493
Dimensions: 4.8 x 7.7 x 0.5
Pages: 176

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