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The Drowning of Stephan Jones

by Bette Greene

The story is about a homosexual boy, Stephan Jones, getting harassed by others and finally being brutally murdered.

Get On Out of Here, Philip Hall

by Bette Greene

Beth Lambert's got everything going for her at school, and she's sure all of her dreams will come true. But that was before Philip Hall became #1 again. Beth's going to show him up--in style!

I've Already Forgotten Your Name, Philip Hall!

by Bette Greene

Join the irrepressible Beth Lambert as she goes home after a long visit with her grandmother in Walnut Ridge, Arkansas. Beth is happy to see her friends the Pretty Pennies, and even happier to see her family (and eat her mother's fried turkey, tamale pie, and floradora potatoes), but she might just be happiest of all to see her best friend, Philip Hall. But not for long, because Philip gets it into his head (with a little help from Beth) that she made a new friend in Walnut Ridge -- a boyfriend. Now Philip won't rest until he meets this "nutty Walnutter" face-to-face in an arm-wrestling match in front of the whole town. There's only one problem -- Beth's new friend doesn't exist. She made him up! Once again Beth's mouth has gotten her into trouble. And once again she'll have to do some fast talking to see if she can get herself out of it.

Morning Is a Long Time Coming

by Bette Greene

Eighteen-year-old Patty is not able to face future till she knows her past. She decides to go to Germany in search of Anton's mother a link to the man she loved and lost. She stops in Paris, where she meets Roger; now she must think twice..

Philip Hall Likes Me. I Reckon Maybe.

by Bette Greene

Eleven-year-old Beth is growing up in rural Arkansas. She has a crush on her neighbor and best friend, Phillip Hall. During the course of the nine months in which the story takes place, Beth learns important lessons about friendship and what it means to be the best. Newbery Honor book.

Summer of My German Soldier

by Bette Greene

As Patty Bergen turns twelve, her hometown turns into a campsite for German prisoners during World War II and she comes to befriend a Nazi prison escapee.

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