1985) (Book 69 in the Wildfire series) A novel by Elisabeth Ogilvie. Used availability for Elisabeth Ogilvie's My Summer Love.
1985) (Book 69 in the Wildfire series) A novel by Elisabeth Ogilvie. Genre: Young Adult Romance. March 1985 : USA Paperback.
After flunking all her classes, Diana is to be tutored for the summer.
My Summer Love - Elisabeth Ogilvie. And now she's got an exciting summer planned. But Diana's mother has plans of her own. She ships Diana off to a broken-down farm to be tutored by an old friend. Diana is prepared for the most boring summer of her life. How will she survive it? But as soon as Diana arrives, sparks start flying. Mac and Josh Thornton, two great looking cousins, are in the middle of a fight over the farm, and Diana has to choose sides.
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Published by Whittlesey House and Junior Literary Guild, 1956. View all copies of this book. Here are our closest matches for BLUEBERRY SUMMER by Ogilvie, Elisabeth. Description: Blue hardcover binding clean square and tight.
Elisabeth Ogilvie (May 20, 1917 – September 9, 2006) was an American writer. She was born in Boston and grew up in Dorchester, Quincy, and Roxbury. She spent her summers on the coast of Maine. She attended schools in Dorchester and Mount Wollaston, graduating from North Quincy High School in 1934. Later she took writing courses at Harvard University. Elisabeth Ogilvie wrote High Tide at Noon in 1944 her first of nine novels in the Bennett Island families series
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Sixteen-year-old Cass matures and develops emotionally due to the summer's responsibilities.
Michael jackson/ farewell my summer love/ 12", 1984/ MLM -6101.
by Elisabeth Ogilvie (Author). I remembered this book fondly from my middle school years. I recently looked it up on a whim, bought a used copy and enjoyed rereading it after so many years. Book 2 of 2 in the Rules of Summer Series. First, the story is set in the mid-20th century, in a simpler time, but girls who grew up reading the American Girl series are used to that.