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- ISBN: 9780807037034 (hb.)
- Physical Description: 208 pages ; 23 cm.
- Publisher: Boston, MA : Beacon Press, 2014.
|Summary, etc.:|| Amy Jo Burns grew up in Mercury, PA--a small, conservative town. When Amy turned ten was the year Howard Lotte, Mercury's beloved piano teacher, was accused of committing indiscretions during his lessons. Among the girls questioned, only seven dared to tell the truth that would ostracize them from the community. Amy Jo Burns was one of the girls who lied. Her memoir, Cinderland, navigates the impact that lie had on her adolescent years to follow--tracing all the boys she ran from and toward, the girls she betrayed, and the endless performances she put on to please a town that never trusted girls in the first place.
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