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Commentary: Clothes Firms Try on Teen Fiction

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Commentary: Clothes Firms Try on Teen Fiction

Commentary: Clothes Firms Try on Teen Fiction

Commentary: Clothes Firms Try on Teen Fiction

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Roxy Girl's primary business is surf wear, and Limited Too stores in malls across the country sell clothes and accessories for "tweens." But the clothes chains are branching into fiction. Commentator Rosemary Graham, author of a book for young adults called My Not-So-Terrible Time at the Hippie Hotel, says the results are mixed.

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