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May Hill Arbuthnot, in her Children's Reading in the Home, Scott, Foresman, 1969, pp 174-75.

Aidan Chambers, review of The Outsiders, Children's Book News, Vol. 5, No 6, November-December, 1970, p. 280.

Jay Daly, in his Presenting S. E. Hinton, Twayne Publishers, 1987

Thomas Fleming, a review of The Outsiders, in the New York Times Book Review, Part II, May 7, 1967, pp 10, 12.

Lillian V Gerhardt, a review of The Outsiders, in the School Library Journal, Vol 13, No 9, May, 1967, pp 64-65.

Alethea K. Helbig and Agnes Regan Perkins, "The Outsiders," in their Dictionary of American Children's Fiction, 1960-1984- Recent Books of Recognized Merit, Greenwood Press, 1986, pp. 495-96

Nat Hentoff, a review of The Outsiders, in the Atlantic Monthly, December, 1967, pp. 401-402.

Susan Eloise Hinton, "Teen Agers Are for Real," New York Times Book Review, August, 1967, pp. 26-29.

William Jay Jacobs, "Reading the Unreached," Teachers College Record, Vol. 69, No. 2, November, 1967, pp. 201-202.

Michele Landsberg, "Growing Up," in...

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