The Long Secret

The Long Secret

Book - 1965\
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While at the beach for the summer, Harriet ponders her own beliefs after encountering a religious fanatic and reveals the author of mysterious notes that appear all over town.
Publisher: New York : Harper & Row, \1965\
Branch Call Number: J FICTION Fitzhugh Louise
Characteristics: 275 p. :,ill. ;,21 cm.

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While at the beach for the summer, Harriet ponders her own beliefs after encountering a religious fanatic and reveals the author of mysterious notes that appear all over town.


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clibbonc
Sep 10, 2016

Please hold this at the kensington location thanks!

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waltzingechidna
Oct 05, 2013

A great coming-of-age story. I loved Harriet the Spy as a kid but I loved this book even more--its glimpses into the world of adults were so intriguing.

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Mark_Daly
Aug 06, 2013

A shout-out for this oft-neglected sequel to Harriet the Spy, plenty disturbing in its own right.

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