Teenage Romance: Or, how to Die of Embarrassment

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Ballantine Books, 1982 - Humor - 146 pages
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Provides an entertaining and sympathetic look at the painful pleasures of adolescent rites of passage, accompanied by the delightful drawings of Edward Koren

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Maybe I'm too far away from teenagedom, but the angst wasn't particularly humorous or interesting. Read full review


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Delia Ephron is an author and screenwriter. Her novels include Siracusa, The Lion Is In, and Hanging Up. She also writes humor books for all ages including How to Eat Like a Child and Do I Have to Say Hello? and nonfiction books including Sister Mother Husband Dog (etc.). Her films include You've Got Mail, The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, Hanging Up, and Michael. She also co-wrote a play with Nora Ephron entitled Love, Loss, and What I Wore, which ran off-Broadway for more than two years.

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