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Forever by Judy Blume

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Forever by Judy Blume
Do you remember your first time? Katherine and Michael won't ever forget theirs. They were seniors in high school. Totally crazy for each other, they thought they had found the one. It was first love, and it was perfect: long talks on the phone, ski trips, and double dates when they simply couldn't wait to be alone. But was Katherine and Michael's relationship the love of a lifetime, or merely the beginning of a lifetime of love? Relive the memories in this new edition of Judy Blume's classic and beloved novel. (catalog summary)

 

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