Ladies of the Lake

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Language: English

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As a child's librarian, I've known for years that girls will read stories by and about boys, but boys tend not to read stories by or about girls. Some of their stories were later adapted for cin- ema and television, including "The Twonky," as a 1953 film of the same title; "What You Need," as an install- ment of The Tiuilight Zone; and "Vintage Season," as a made-for-TV movie, Grand Tour: Disaster in Time.

Pages: 400

Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin; Reprint edition (August 31, 2010)

ISBN: 0312990782

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