Remembering the Good Times Movies, Media Adaptations & Suggested Reading

Richard Peck
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Remembering the Good Times is only one of Peck's novels to deal with the problems of adolescents. In 1976, the award winning Are You in the House Alone? told the story of a young girl who is raped by the boyfriend of her best friend and who must live with the effects of the rape. Written in 1987, Princess Ashley used the beautiful Ashley and her followers to explore the power of the peer group and how young adults exploit each other and allow themselves to be used. In Those Summer Girls I Never Met, Drew and Steph do not realize how much they will learn about their grandmother, each other, and life when the grandmother they barely know invites them on a two week Scandinavian cruise. An older girl looks back at the year she was fourteen in Unfinished Portrait of Jessica. Through more mature...

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