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by Marilyn Sachs
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  • Author:
    Marilyn Sachs
  • ISBN:
    0525279857
  • ISBN13:
    978-0525279853
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  • Publisher:
    Dutton Books for Young Readers; 1st edition (October 23, 1980)
  • Pages:
    138 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Literature & Fiction
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    1159 kb
  • Rating:
    4.4
  • Votes:
    448
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Follows two girls through the years, Pat-who remains the most popular-and Lolly-who starts as fat little Lolly and winds up most beautiful.

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Pat recalls her friendship with Lolly from the day they met in kindergarten until they graduated from high school. Follows two girls through the years, Pat-who remains the most popular-and Lolly-who starts as "fat little Lolly" and winds up "most beautiful". I ask only once a year: please help the Internet Archive today.

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Marilyn Sachs (December 18, 1927 – December 28, 2016) was an American author of award-winning children's books. Sachs was born in New York City and grew up in the Bronx. She earned a bachelor's degree from Hunter College and a master's in library science from Columbia University. Sachs worked as a children's librarian at the Brooklyn Public Library while working toward her graduate degree.

Follows two girls through the years, Pat--who remains the most popular--and Lolly--who starts as "fat little Lolly" and winds up "most beautiful"

Dellevar
I read this book some years ago (okay, over 30 years ago to be exact but that's neither here nor there.) As I have been raising daughters and guiding them through friendships, I remembered this book and often wondered if it were still around or I could ever gain access to it. Of course, now with the internet and Amazon specifically, I can get my hands on just about anything! I ordered this book one week and had it the next. I read it in probably less than an hour or two (the book seemed much bigger when I was younger!) It sure took me back to the good old days and it is interesting to see that the dynamics are still somewhat the same now as then!
Gaiauaco
I really loved this book when I was an early teen. I have just purchased this so I can read it again and share it with my own daughter. Hopefully she'll enjoy it as much as I did.
OCARO
Thanks to my Dad, who frequently took me to the local used bookstore, a good chunk of my adolescence (in the early 90s) was spent devouring young adult novels like this one. I recently had a moment of panic thinking about how my own daughter (age 1) might not have an interest in books. Specifically, I pictured her throwing a book on the ground and telling me they are only for old people. I guess parental neurosis begins early. Anyway, this book & Marilyn Sachs as an author still remain in my mind 20 years later. This book depicts a very relevant struggle that many young women face as they grow apart from childhood friends and begin to wonder about their place in the world. I definitely preferred this type of "real world" YA fiction to the fantasy stuff, but anything that keeps kids reading is OK with me. I think this story is timeless though, as the struggles of teenage girls never really change.
Unsoo
Ms. Sachs knows what being a young woman is all about in today's competitive society.
Talrajas
I got this book in 7th grade, and read it so many times that it just about fell apart. It's still sitting on my bookshelf, with some of the pages just barely hanging on.
This is a story about friendship and growing up. Any young girl who has had a best friend can relate to this story. I shared this book with my junior-high best friend and she also loved it. I highly recommend this book to any pre-teen or teenage girls.
Ubranzac
This is a wonderful book! I read Class Pictures when I was a teenager and kept the book because I thought it was so good. It is a book I have reread a few times and I still find myself loving it. And the older I get the more understandable their relationship is. This is a great tale about best friends and how although they have grown and changed their friendship remains intact. This is definately a book for girls and I believe most girls will be able to relate to this novel.
Samulkis
I read this book for a class report and it was awesome. I highly recommend it.
I read this book some 25 years ago. I loved it so much that I loaned it to a friend, who never returned it. I am going to purchased it today for my niece, who is almost 10, because I just can't hold out any longer. I wish to share with her the story that made me cry, made me laugh and helped made me fall in love with reading. To say that I recommend this book is a great understatement.