Aimee : a novel
After she is accused of playing a role in her best friend's death, a young woman battles depression, anger, guilt, loneliness, and the problems of her own family as well as those of the families of her old friends.
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|Location||Call Number /
|Eagle Free Library - Bliss||YA FIC MIL (Text)
|LDR||01965nam a22004338a 4500|
|008||021008s2002 nyu d 000 1 eng|
|050||0||0.||‡aPZ7.M6297 ‡bAi 2002|
|100||1||.||‡aMiller, Mary Beth, ‡d1964-|
|245||1||0.||‡aAimee : ‡ba novel / ‡cby Mary Beth Miller.|
|260||.||‡aNew York : ‡bDutton Children's Books, ‡c2002.|
|300||.||‡a 276 p. ; ‡c22 cm.|
|500||.||‡aAlso published by Penguin Group, 2002.|
|520||.||‡aAfter she is accused of playing a role in her best friend's death, a young woman battles depression, anger, guilt, loneliness, and the problems of her own family as well as those of the families of her old friends.|
|650||1.||‡aEmotional problems ‡vFiction.|
|650||1.||‡aFamily problems ‡vFiction.|
|650||1.||‡aBest friends ‡vFiction.|
|650||0.||‡aChild abuse ‡vFiction.|
|650||0.||‡aMothers and daughters ‡vFiction.|
|596||.||‡a15 16 21 27 28|
|901||.||‡ao51022821 ‡bOCLC ‡c162075 ‡tbiblio|