by Lizzie Skurnick
July 23, 2009 There are some books — like those by authors Beverly Cleary and Judy Blume, for instance — that helped define childhood and teenage awkwardness, but still ring true well into adulthood. Lizzie Skurnick and Meg Cabot talk about the books from our childhoods we can't seem to put down.
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