The Great Gilly HopkinsBook - 1978 | First edition
New York : Harper, 1987
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An eleven-year-old foster child tries to cope with her longings and fears as she schemes against everyone who tries to be friendly.
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Topic: foster care. Credit hours: 2.75
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But you just fool yourself if you expect good things all the time. They ain’t what’s regular—don’t nobody owe ’em to you.”
“If life is so bad, how come you’re so happy?”
“Did I say bad? I said it was tough. Nothing to make you happy like doing good on a tough job, now is there?" (Paterson, 127)
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