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Author Calvert, Patricia, author.

Title When morning comes / Patricia Calvert.

Publication Info. New York, New York : Charles Scribner's Sons, c1989.
©1989

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Location Call No. Status OPAC Message Public Note Gift Note
 Moore Children's & Young Adult Collection  CH/YA Fic Calver Whe 1989    Available  ---  Gift of Susan Mandel Glazer.
Edition First edition.
Description 153 pages ; 22 cm
age Children
Summary Publishers Weekly: Although Cat Kincaid describes herself as "dark and dangerous as a leopard,'' her vulnerability is not hard to detect at the onset of this problem novel. Underneath a tough exterior is a 15-year-old runaway who desires love and security. Even before she moves to the country and meets Annie Bowen, her new foster mother, Cat plans to return to the concrete jungle where she belongs. During her first few days at Sweetberry Farm, Cat experiences conflicting emotions about small-town life and the people she encounters. She becomes interested in Hooter, a local boy, but realizes she will never fit in with his crowd. Determined to remain a "lone predator,'' Cat runs back to the city streets, where she finds little refuge from her troubles. After she is robbed and almost raped, Cat faces a moment of truth, takes stock of her life and rethinks her options for the future. Although not entirely original, the themes of this book are relevant and thoughtfully presented. With extreme candor, Calvert ( The Snowbird ; Stranger, You and I ) reveals the attitudes of an emotionally scarred teenager. The gradual breakdown of Cat's defenses are both touching and enlightening.
Audience Interest age level : Ages 12 and up.
Provenance Gift of Susan Mandel Glazer.
Subject Foster home care -- Juvenile fiction.
Foster home care.
Bee culture -- Juvenile fiction.
Bee culture.
Self-acceptance -- Juvenile fiction.
Self-acceptance.
Genre/Form Fiction.
Juvenile works.
Fiction.
ISBN 0684191059
9780684191058