M. V. Sexton Speaking Resources & Further Study

Suzanne Newton
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Greenlaw, M. Jean. "M. V. Sexton Speaking." Journal of Reading 25,6 (March 1982): 613. "Best of all, the book makes you laugh. It is one of the best coming of age books I've read in years and manages to be intriguing without one four-letter word or obligatory sex scene. A real winner!"

"M. V. Sexton Speaking." Kirkus Reviews, 99, 24. (December 15, 1981): 1524-1525. "When M. V. Sexton speaks it's in her own sure voice, which makes this a pleasure to read . . . it's the sort of story where everyone turns out nice. . .but outside Rachel's frosting there's nothing sugary about it—thanks mostly to M. V.'s fresh feet-on-the-ground personality."

Noah, Carolyn. "M. V. Sexton Speaking." School Library Journal 28,4 (December 1981): 72. "Job, employers and a new male friend are catalysts, and acquiescent M. V. emerges a witty and confident young woman.

Newton's prose is energetic and spiced with humor. Each character is convincingly multidimensional...

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Beacham's Encyclopedia of Popular Fiction and Beacham's Guide to Literature for Young Adults
M. V. Sexton Speaking from Beacham's Encyclopedia of Popular Fiction and Beacham's Guide to Literature for Young Adults. ©2005-2006 Thomson Gale, a part of the Thomson Corporation. All rights reserved.
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